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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2019, Volume 49, Number 9, Pages 824–831 (Mi qe17103)  

Interaction of laser radiation with matter. Laser plasma

Laser formation of luminescence bubble microstructures in polymer films

A. O. Rybaltovskiiab, A. A. Akovantsevab, V. F. Burdukovskiyc, L. I. Krotovab, N. V. Minaevb, P. S. Timashevbde, B. Ch. Holhoevc, V. I. Yusupovb

a Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics
b Federal Research Centre 'Crystallography and Photonics', Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Photonic Technologies, Moscow, Troitsk
c Baikal Institute of Nature Management Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ulan-Ude
d Institute for Regenerative Medicine, I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow
e N. N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The results of laser-induced formation of luminescent structures on the surface of poly-2.2'-n-oxydiphenylene-5.5'-bisbenzimidazole films, obtained by the coating method from a formic acid solution, are presented. The structures are formed using cw 405-nm laser radiation with intensities of 102–104 W cm-2. It is shown (using methods of optical, atomic-force, and electron microscopy) that the structures formed on the surface are microbubble foam-like aggregations. Their formation is modelled as a sequence of the following processes: release of formic acid molecules, their condensation on matrix defects in the surface layer, and explosive boiling as a result of heating this layer of polymer film by the laser beam. The luminescence of these structures is due to the weakening of the concentration quenching from closely spaced luminescence centres in benzimidazole cycles during their emergence to the surface and the increase in the distance between them due to the extension on bubble aggregates on the surface.

Keywords: polybenzimidazole, laser radiation, bubble structures, luminescence, concentration quenching.

Funding Agency Grant Number
Russian Foundation for Basic Research 18-29-06056
18-33-00645
Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation


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Quantum Electronics, 2019, 49:9, 824–831

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Received: 24.10.2018
Revised: 14.04.2019

Citation: A. O. Rybaltovskii, A. A. Akovantseva, V. F. Burdukovskiy, L. I. Krotova, N. V. Minaev, P. S. Timashev, B. Ch. Holhoev, V. I. Yusupov, “Laser formation of luminescence bubble microstructures in polymer films”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 49:9 (2019), 824–831 [Quantum Electron., 49:9 (2019), 824–831]

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