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Laser-matter interaction is a subject of considerable significance as well as practical importance. The evolutionary history of laser induced plasma (LIP) can be traced out best by making spectral studies in a time resolved manner. Spacewise mapping of spectroscopic quantities yields a great deal of information on the dynamical aspects such as distribution of particles like neutral atoms, ions and molecules as well as clusters and their velocities in the laser induced plasma. At ISP, investigations have been carried out using a variety of target materials like metals, insulators, semiconductors, polymers and high temperature superconductors. These studies have yielded many interesting results and provided a better understanding of the whole range of phenomena associated with LIP. Such measurements have assumed great practical significance in the context of laser deposition of thin films of various materials including diamond like thin films. 

  Temporal and spatial studies
  Other studies

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