Photonic Sensors is a fully sponsored, double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. It presents original, peer-reviewed articles that report on new developments of interest to members of the photonics and sensor communities in all fields of photonic sensing science and technology. The journal's coverage includes optical fiber sensors, planar waveguide sensors, laser-based sensors, and biophotonic sensors and more. Photonic Sensors focuses on experimental contributions related to novel principles, structures or materials for photonic sensors.
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Detection of laser-produced tin plasma emission lines in atmospheric environment by optical emission spectroscopy technique
Kadhim A. Aadim (December 2017)
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- Photonic Sensors
- Volume 1 / 2011 - Volume 7 / 2017
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- University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
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