All-fiber impurity collector based on laser-induced microbubble

Liu, Z, Lei, J, Zhang, Y, Liu, K, Liu, W, Zhang, R, Zhang, Y, Yang, X, Zhang, J, Yang, J and Yuan, L 2019, 'All-fiber impurity collector based on laser-induced microbubble', Optics Communications, vol. 439, pp. 308-311.

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Title All-fiber impurity collector based on laser-induced microbubble
Author(s) Liu, Z
Lei, J
Zhang, Y
Liu, K
Liu, W
Zhang, R
Zhang, Y
Yang, X
Zhang, J
Yang, J
Yuan, L
Year 2019
Journal name Optics Communications
Volume number 439
Start page 308
End page 311
Total pages 4
Publisher Elsevier BV North-Holland
Abstract Microbubbles have attracted interests in polluted water treatment industry. We proposed and constructed an all-fiber impurity collector based on the laser-induced microbubbles characteristics for polluted water treatment. Without any special pretreatment, such as metallically coating or carbon materials doping, the proposed impurity collector performed microbubbles generation and impurities extraction and collection. We employed the graphite oxide nanoplatelets in an aqueous solution to construct the polluted water environment to show the performance of the all-fiber impurity collector. With the optimal incident laser power of 11 mW, we performed the collection efficiency as high as 16.3×10 4 /s. The optimal microbubbles diameter was in the range of 80120 μm. The proposed all-fiber impurity collector extends the potential applications of fiber-based optical manipulation for polluted water treatment.
Subject Optical Physics not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Micro-optical devices
Optical manipulation
Optical tweezers
Polluted water treatment
DOI - identifier 10.1016/j.optcom.2019.01.001
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