Journal Publications

90)  R.C. Stehle, M.M. Bobek and D.W. Hahn.  Iron oxidation kinetics for H2 and CO production via chemical looping,  Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, doi: 10.1016 (2014).
89)  R. Glaus and D.W. Hahn.  Fiber-coupled laser-induced breakdown and Raman spectroscopy for flexible sample characterization with depth profiling capabilities,  Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 100:116-122 (2014).
88)  R. Glaus and D.W. Hahn.  Double-pulse laser ablation coupled to laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy,  Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 98:48-53 (2013).
87)  J. Pareja, S. Lopez, D. Jaramillo, D.W. Hahn and A. Molina.  Laser ablation-laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for the measurement of total elemental concentration in soils,  Applied Optics, 52:2470-2477 (2013).
86)  K. Stepankova, K. Novotny, M.G. Vasinova, V. Kanicky, J. Kaiser and D.W. Hahn.  Laser ablation methods for analysis of unrinary calculi:  Comparison study based on calibration pellets,  Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 81:43-49 (2013).
85)  M.M. Bobek, R.C. Stehle and D.W. Hahn.  Investigation of iron oxide morphology in a cyclic redox water splitting process for hydrogen generationMaterials, 5(10):2003-2014 (2012).
84)  B.A Krick, D.W. Hahn and W.G. Sawyer.  Plasmonic diagnostics for tribology: In Situ observations using surface plasmon resonance in combination with surface-enhanced raman spectroscopy,  Tribology Letters, 49:95-102 (2013).
83)  R.T. Kozikowski, S.E. Smith, J.A. Lee, W.L. Castleman, B.S. Sorg, and D.W. Hahn.  Comparative evaluation of differential laser-induced perturbation spectroscopy as a technique to discriminate emerging skin pathology,  J. Biomedical Optics, 17:067002 (2012).
82)  D.W. Hahn and N. Omenetto.  Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), Part II:  Review of instrumental and methodological approaches to material analysis and applications to different fields,  Applied Spectroscopy, 66:347-419 (2012).
81) P.K. Diwakar, K.H. Loper, A.M. Matiaske, D.W. Hahn.  Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for analysis of micro and nanoparticles, J. of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 27:1110-1119 (2012).
80)  D. Diaz, D.W. Hahn, A. Molina.  Evaluation of Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for Evaluation of Total Elemental Concentration in Soils, Applied Spectroscopy, 66:99-106 (2012).
79)  K.L. Gilley, J.C. Nino, Y.W. Riddle, D.W. Hahn, S.S Perry.  Heat treatments modify the tribological properties of nickel boron coatings, Applied Materials & Interfaces, 4:3069-3076 (2012).
78)  R.C. Stehle, M.M. Bobek, R. Hooper, D.W. Hahn.  Oxidation Reaction Kinetics for the Steam-Iron Process in Support of Hydrogen Production, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 36:15125-15135 (2011).
77)  L. Li, R.W. Mei, J.F. Klausner, D.W. Hahn.  Heat Transfer Between Colliding Surfaces and Particles, J. Heat Transfer - Trans. ASME, 134:011301  (2012).
76)  K.E. Supan, H.A. Ingley, R. Pohle, D.W. Hahn.  A Kinetic Model for Ammonia Adsorption on a Titanium Nitride Surface, IEEE Sensors Journal, 12:843-848 (2012).
75)  S.E. Smith, L.M. Shanyfelt, K.D. Buchanan, D.W. Hahn.  Differential laser-induced perturbation spectroscopy using a deep UV excimer laser, Optics Letters, 36:2116-2118 (2011).
74)  B.C. Windom, W.G. Sawyer, D.W. Hahn.  A Raman Spectroscopic Study of MoS2 and MoO3: Applications to Tribological Systems, Tribology Letters, 42:301-310 (2011).
73) H. Lindner, K.H. Loper, D.W. Hahn, K. Niemax.  The influence of laser-particle interactions in laser induced breakdown spectroscopy and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma spectrometry, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 66:179-185 (2011).
72)  B.T. Fisher and D.W. Hahn.  Real-time measurement of ArF excimer laser corneal tissue ablation rates using cross-correlation of laser waveforms, Optics Express, 19:4231-4241 (2011).
71)  M.E. Asgill, H.Y. Moon, M.N. Omenetto, D.W. Hahn.  Investigation of polarization effects for nanosecond laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 65:1033-1040 (2010).
70)  P.K. Diwakar, S. Groh, K. Niemax, D.W. Hahn.  Study of analyte dissociation and diffusion in laser-induced plasmas:  Implications for laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, J. Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy, 25:1921-1930 (2010).
69)  D.W. Hahn and N. Omenetto.  Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), Part I:  Review of basic diagnostics and plasma-particle interactions:  Still-challenging issues within the analytical plasma communityApplied Spectroscopy, 64:336A-366A (2010).
68)  N. Argibay, J.H. Keith, B.A. Krick, D.W. Hahn, G.R. Bourne, W.G. Sawyer. High-temperature vapor phase lubrication using carbonaceous gases.  Tribology Letters, 40:3-9 (2010).
67)  S. Groh, P.K. Diwakar, C.C. Garcia, A. Murtazin, D.W. Hahn, K. Niemax.  100% efficient sub-nanoliter sample introduction in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and inductively-coupled plasma spectrometry: Implications for ultralow sample volumes, Analytical Chemistry, 82:2568-2573 (2010).
66)  M.E. Asgill, M.S. Brown, K. Frische, W.M. Roquemore, D.W. Hahn.  Double-pulse and single-pulse laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for distinquishing between gaseous and particulate phase analytes, Applied Optics, 49:C110-119 (2010).
65)  B.C. Windom, D.W. Hahn.  Laser-ablation - Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LA-LIBS):  A Means for Overcoming Matrix Effects Leading to Improved Analyte Response, J. Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy, 24:1665-1675 (2009).
64)  D. W. Hahn.  Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Analysis of Aerosol Particles:  The Path Toward Quantitative Analysis, Spectroscopy, 24:26-33 (2009).
63)  M.E. Asgill, D. W. Hahn.  Particle Size Limits for Quantitative Aerosol Analysis Using Laser-Iniduced Breakdown Spectroscopy:  Temporal Considerations, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 64:1153-1158 (2009).
62)  D. Diaz, D.W. Hahn, A. Molina.  Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for Detection of Ammonium Nitrate in Soils, SPIE, 7303:73031E (2009).
61)  L.A. Álvarez-Trujillo, A. Ferrero, J. J. Laserna, D. W. Hahn.  Alternative statistical methods for spectral data processing:  Applications to laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of gaseous and aerosol systems, Applied Spectroscopy, 62:1144-1152 (2008).
60)  P.K. Diwakar,  D.W. Hahn. Study of Early Laser-induced Plasma Dynamics: Transient Electron Density Gradients via Thomson Scattering and Stark Broadening, and the Implications on LIBS MeasurementsSpectrochimica Acta Part B, 63:1038-1046 (2008).
59)  P.S. Dalyander,  D.W. Hahn. Excimer Laser Photofragmentation/Fragment Detection for Analysis of the Oxygenated Hydrocarbon Ethyl-3-Ethyoxypropionate (EEP): Implications for Atmospheric Monitoring Applied Spectroscopy, 62:1028-1037 (2008).
58)  L.M Shanyfelt, P.L. Dickrell, H.F. Edelhauser, D.W. Hahn. Effects of Laser Repetition Rate on Corneal Tissue Ablation for 193-nm Excimer Laser Light, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 40:483-493 (2008).
57)  P. S. Dalyander, I.B. Gornushkin, D.W. Hahn.  Numerical Simulation of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy:  Modeling of Aerosol Analysis with Finite Diffusion and Vaporization Effects, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 63:293-304 (2008).
56)  K.A. Kim, K.A. Masiello, D.W. Hahn. Reduction of Soot Emissions by Iron Pentacarbonyl in Isooctane Diffusion Flames, Combustion and Flame, 154:164-180 (2008).
55)  P.K. Diwakar, P.B. Jackson, D.W. Hahn. Investigation of Multi-component Aerosol Particles and the Effect on Quantitative Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: Consideration of Localized Matrix Effects, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 62:1466-1474 (2007).
54)  C.A. Henry, P.K. Diwakar, D.W. Hahn. Investigation of Helium Addition for Laser-induced Plasma Spectroscopy of Pure Gas Phase Systems: Analyte Interactions and Signal Enhancement, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 62:1390-1398 (2007).
53)  B.T. Fisher and D.W. Hahn.  Development and Numerical Solution of a Mechanistic Model for Corneal Tissue Ablation with the 193-nm Argon Fluoride Excimer Laser,
J. Optical Society of America B: Optics, Image Science & Vision, 24:265-277 (2007).
52)  B.C. Windom, P.K. Diwakar, D.W. Hahn.  Dual-Pulse LIBS for Analysis of Gaseous and Aerosol Systems:  Plasma-Analyte InterationsSpectrochimica Acta Part B, 61:788-796 (2006).
51)  B. Hettinger, V. Hohreiter, M. Swingle, and D.W. Hahn.  Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Ambient Air Particulate Monitoring:  Correlation of Total and Speciated Aerosol Counts Applied Spectroscopy, 60:237-245 (2006).
50)  V. Hohreiter and D.W. Hahn.  Plasma-Particle Interactions in a Laser-Induced Plasma:  Implications for Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy , Analytical Chemistry, 78:1509-1514 (2006).
49)  K.B. Kim, L. Shanyfelt, and D.W. Hahn.  Analysis of Dense Medium Light Scattering With Applications to Corneal Tissue: Experiments and Monte Carlo Simulations, Journal of the Optical Society of America A: Optics, Image Science & Vision, 23:9-21 (2006).
48)  V. Hohreiter and D.W. Hahn.  Dual-pulse LIBS: Time-resolved transmission and spectral measurements Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 60:968-974 (2005).
47)  P.B. Dixon and D.W. Hahn.  On the Feasibility of Detection and Identification of Individual Bioaerosols Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy , Analytical Chemistry, 77:631-638 (2005).
46)  V. Hohreiter and D.W. Hahn.  Calibration effects for laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of gaseous sample streams: Analyte response of gaseous phase species vs. solid phase species , Analytical Chemistry, 77:1118-1124 (2005).
45)  G.D. Yoder, P.K. Diwakar, D.W. Hahn.  Assessment of soot particle vaporization effects during laser-induced incandescence using time-resolved light scattering , Applied Optics, 44:4211-4219 (2005).
44)  A. J. Ball, V. Hohreiter, D. W. Hahn. Hydrogen Leak Detection Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, Applied Spectroscopy, 59:348-353 (2005).
43)  P.L. Dickrell, S.B. Sinnott, D.W. Hahn, N.R. Raravikar, L.S. Schadler, P.M. Ajayan, W.G. Sawyer.  Frictional anisotropy of oriented carbon nanotube surfaces, Tribology Letters , 18:59-62 (2005).
42)  B.T. Fisher and D.W. Hahn.  Measurement of Small-Signal Absorption Coefficient and Absorption Cross-Section of Collagen for 193-nm Excimer Laser Light and the Role of Collagen in Tissue Ablation , Applied Optics, 43:5443-5451 (2004).
41)  V. Hohreiter, A. Ball, D.W. Hahn.  Effects of Aerosols and Laser Cavity Seeding on Spectral and Temporal , J. Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy, 19:1289-1294 (2004).
40)  H.M. Solo-Gabriele, T.G. Townsend, D.W. Hahn, T.M. Moskal, N. Hosein, J. Jambeck, G. Jacobi.  Evaluation of XRF and LIBS technologies for on-line sorting of CCA-treated wood waste, Waste Management, 24:413-424 (2004).
39)  K. Iida , C.Y. Wu, and D.W. Hahn.  In situ analysis of the interaction of manganese vapor and silica microspheres in a laboratory-scale combustor, Combust. Sci. and Tech., 176:453-480 (2004).
38)  V . Hohreiter, J.E. Carranza, and D.W. Hahn.  Temporal analysis of laser-induced plasma properties as related to laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy , Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 59:327-333 (2004).
37)  B.T. Fisher and D.W. Hahn.  Determination of excimer laser ablation rates of corneal tissue using wax impresssions of ablation craters and white light interferometry, Ophthalmic Surgery, Lasers & Imaging , 35:41-51 (2004).  
36)  B.T. Fisher, K.A. Masiello, M.H. Goldstein and D.W. Hahn. Assessment of transient changes in corneal hydration using confocal Raman spectroscopy , Cornea, 22:363-370 (2003).
35)  J.E. Carranza, K. Iida and D.W. Hahn.  Conditional data processing for single-shot spectral analysis by use of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Applied Optics , 42:6022-6028 (2003).  
34)  J.E. Carranza, E. Gibb, B.W. Smith, D.W. Hahn, J.D. Winefordner.  Comparison of nonintensified and intensified CCD detectors for laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Applied Optics , 42:6016-6021 (2003).  
33)  R.A. Myers, A.M. Karger, D.W. Hahn.  Geiger photodiode array for compact, lightweight laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy instrumentation, Applied Optics , 42:6072-6077 (2003).
32)  J.E. Carranza and D.W. Hahn .  Assessment of the upper particle size limit for quantitative analysis of aerosols using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy Analytical Chemistry , 74:5450-5454 (2002).
31)  J.E. Carranza and D.W. Hahn .  Plasma volume considerations for analysis of gaseous and aerosol samples using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy , J. Analytical Atomic Spectrom., 17:1534-1539 (2002).
30)  E.A. Mokhbat and D.W. Hahn . Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for the analysis of cobalt-chromium orthopaedic wear debris particles , Applied Spectroscopy, 56:984-993 (2002).
29)  T.M. Moskal and D.W. Hahn . On-line sorting of wood treated with chromated copper arsenate using using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy , Applied Spectroscopy , 56:1337-1334 (2002).
28)  J.E. Carranza and D.W. Hahn .  Sampling statistics and considerations for single-shot analysis using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy ,  Spectrochimica Acta Part B , 57:779-790  (2002).
27)  B.T. Fisher, H.A. Johnsen, S.G. Buckley, and D.W. Hahn . Temporal gating for the optimization of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy detection and analysis of toxic metals. Applied Spectroscopy, 55:1312-1319 (2001).  
26)  D.W. Hahn, J.E. Carranza, G.R. Arsenault, H.A. Johnsen, and K.R. Hencken. Aerosol generation system for development and calibration of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy instrumentation , Review of Scientific Instruments, 72:3706-3713 (2001).
25)  M.Tran, B.W. Smith, D.W. Hahn, and J.D. Winefordner. Detection of gaseous and particulate fluorides by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Applied Spectroscopy, 55:1455-1461 (2001).  
24)  J.E. Carranza, B.T. Fisher, G.D. Yoder, and D.W. Hahn. On-line analysis of ambient air particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 56:851-864 (2001).
23)  B.W. Smith, D.W. Hahn, E. Gibb, I. Gornushkin, and J.D. Winefordner . Laser-induced plasma spectroscopy for the characterization of aerosols and particulates, Kona, 19:25-33 (2001) .  
22)  R.L. Gleason and D.W. Hahn. The effects of oxygen on the detection of mercury using laser- induced breakdown spectroscopy, Spectrochimica Acta Part B , 56:419-430 (2001). 
21)  S.G. Buckley, H.A. Johnsen, K.R. Hencken, and D.W. Hahn. Implementation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy as a continuous emissions monitor for toxic metals, Waste Management , 20:455-462 (2000).   
20)  D.W. Hahn and M.M. Lunden. Detection and analysis of aerosol particles by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, Aerosol Science and Technology , 33:30-48 (2000).
19)  D.W. Hahn. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for sizing and elemental analysis of discrete aerosol particles, Applied Physics Letters , 72:2960-2962 (1998).   
18)  D.W. Hahn and K.F. McCarty. Systematic study of diamond film deposition in an atmospheric- pressure stagnation-flow flame reactor, Diamond & Related Materials, 7:1320-1327 (1998).  
17)  D.W. Hahn, W.L. Flower, and K.R. Hencken. Discrete particle detection and metal emissions monitoring using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopyApplied Spectroscopy , 51:1836-1844 (1997).  
16)  D.W. Hahn, M.N. Bui-Pham, and E. Meeks. Modeling analysis for the optimization of diamond deposition in a stagnation-flow flame reactor, Combustion Science & Technology , 126:175-199 (1997).   
15)  D.W. Hahn, D.L. Wolfarth, and N.L. Parks. Analysis of polyethylene wear debris using micro-Raman spectroscopy:  A report on the presence of beta-carotene J. Biomedical Materials Research , 35:31-37 (1997).   
14)  D.L. Wolfarth, D.W. Hahn, G. Bushar, and N.L. Parks. Separation and characterization of polyethylene wear debris from synovial fluid and tissue samples of revised knee replacements, J. Biomedical Materials Research , 34:57-61 (1997).
13)  D.W. Hahn, C.F. Edwards, K.F. McCarty, and R.J. Kee. Large-area diamond deposition in an atmospheric pressure stagnation-flow reactor,” Applied Physics Letters, 68:2158-2160 (1996).
12)  D.W. Hahn, D.L. Wolfarth, and N.L. Parks. Characterization of submicron  polyethylene wear debris from synovial fluid samples of revised knee replacements using a light scattering technique, J. Biomedical Materials Research , 31:355-363 (1996).
11)  L.S. Matchette, L.W. Grossman, D.W. Hahn, and C. Cooney. Induction of lambda prophage by 213 nm laser radiation, Photochemistry and Photobiology , 63:281-285 (1996).
10)  G.H. Pettit, M.N. Ediger, D.W. Hahn, R.J. Landry, R.P. Weiblinger, and K.M. Morehouse. Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of free radicals in corneal tissue following excimer laser irradiation, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 18:367-372 (1996).
9)  D.W. Hahn, M.N. Ediger, and G.H. Pettit. Ablation plume particle dynamics during excimer laser ablation of polyimide, J. Applied Physics , 77:2759-2766 (1995).
8)  D.W. Hahn, M.N. Ediger, and G.H. Pettit. Dynamics of ablation plume particles generated during excimer laser corneal ablation, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 16:384-389 (1995).
7)  D.W. Hahn, G.H. Pettit, and M.N. Ediger. Optical properties of polyimide during ArF excimer laser ablation, J. Applied Physics , 76:1830-1832 (1994).
6)  M.N. Ediger, G.H. Pettit, and D.W. Hahn. Enhanced ArF laser absorption in a collagen target under ablative conditions, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 15:107-111 (1994).
5)  G.H. Pettit, M.N. Ediger, D.W. Hahn, B.E. Brinson, and R. Sauerbrey. Transmission of polyimide during pulsed ultraviolet laser irradiation, Applied Physics A, 58:573-579 (1994).
4)  R.J. Landry, G.H. Pettit, D.W. Hahn, M.N. Ediger, G.C. Yang. Preliminary evidence of free radical formation during argon fluoride excimer laser irradiation of corneal tissue, Lasers and Light in Ophthalmology , 6:87-90 (1994).
3)  D.W. Hahn and T.T. Charalampopoulos. On the optical properties of submicrometre inhomogeneous flame particulates, J. Physics D: Applied Physics , 26:1851-1858 (1993).  
2)  T.T. Charalampopoulos, D.W. Hahn, and H. Chang. Role of metal additives in light scattering from flame particulates, Applied Optics , 31:6519-6528 (1992).
1)  T.T. Charalampopoulos and D.W. Hahn. Extinction efficiencies of elongated soot particles, J. Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer , 42:219-224 (1989).

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