Heating of aqueous suspensions of silicon nanoparticles by a 808-nm diode laser for application in local photohyperthermia
V. A. Oleshchenkoa, V. V. Bezotosnyia, V. Yu. Timoshenkoabc
a P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
b National Engineering Physics Institute "MEPhI", Moscow
c Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
3D simulation of the distribution of thermal fields in aqueous suspensions of silicon nanoparticles upon irradiation by a high-power 808-nm laser diode operating in cw and quasi-cw repetitively pulsed regimes is performed. It is shown that irradiation by a repetitively pulsed laser with a peak power of 10 W and a pulse duration of 300 ms can form a region with a maximum temperature exceeding 42 °C, which is promising for application in cancer photohyperthermia for local heating of biotissues at a given depth.
high-power diode laser, silicon nanoparticles, hyperthermia.
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Quantum Electronics, 2020, 50:2, 104–108
V. A. Oleshchenko, V. V. Bezotosnyi, V. Yu. Timoshenko, “Heating of aqueous suspensions of silicon nanoparticles by a 808-nm diode laser for application in local photohyperthermia”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 50:2 (2020), 104–108 [Quantum Electron., 50:2 (2020), 104–108]
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