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Basic study on remote analysis for next generation fuel by combination of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and ablation initiated resonance absorption spectroscopy (AIRAS)

Wakaida, Ikuo  ; Akaoka, Katsuaki ; Oba, Masaki ; Maruyama, Yoichiro; Miyabe, Masabumi   ; Otobe, Haruyoshi  ; Niki, Hideaki*

In Japan Atomic Energy Agency, basic study on remote analysis by combination of LIBS for impurity measurement and AIRAS for isotope measurement is performed to apply rapid and on-site analysis of next generation fuel. For the impurity measurement of the sample with the matrix of Lanthanide or Uranium oxide which has complex spectrum structure, detection linearity to % order and the detection limit of order 100 ppm are obtained by the optimization of the measurement conditions of the delay time, gas pressure and by the deconvolution of the spectrum. For the isotope analysis, the laser system specialized for the resonance spectroscopy by frequency stabilized semiconductor tunable laser has been developed. And under the low pressure rare gas condition, spectrum resolution of 800 MHz is measured and the detection of $$^{235}$$U in Natural Uranium is realized.



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