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Laser technology  related topics: Electronics: lasers, Fiber optic communications
Absorption and emission of light by atoms Absorption and emission of light by atoms
Absorption and emission of light emission energy, photon energy
Basic Laser Principles pdf file
Confocal microscopy laser scanning confocal microscopy
Energy transfer and modeling laser Energy transfer and modeling
How a lasers works the word "laser" stands for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Lasers are possible because of the way light interacts with electrons
How lasers work The laser uses a process called stimulated emission to amplify light waves. (One method of amplification of an electromagnetic beam is to produce additional waves that travel in step with that beam.)
Imaging laser-cooled gallium and dye laser frequency stabilization
Introduction to lasers ordinary natural and artificial light is released by energy changes on the atomic and molecular level that occur without any outside intervention. A second type of light exists, however, and occurs when an atom or molecule retains its excess energy until stimulated to emit the energy in the form of light
Laser adventure laser radiation, lasing processes, laser system, laser cavity, laser gain curve, laser types, radiation properties, a tip
Lasers and Photonics Classical review of electromagnetic waves, Fields in a box, Planck, atomic physics, Einstein A/B coeffecients, Two level rate equations, Three level rate equations, Gain saturation, fiber amplifiers, Laser oscillation, Laser output power, Time dependent oscillation, Example lasers, Band theory of solids, Optical properties of semiconductors, Semiconductor lasers, DBR, DFB lasers
Laser applications medical applications, welding and cutting, surveying, garment industry, laser nuclear fusion, communication, laser printing, CDs and optical discs, spectroscopy, heat treatment, barcode scanners, laser cooling
Laser basics absorption and emission spectra of laser materials, Sellmeier coefficients, energy levels
Laser definitions part of Lasers and their applications
Laser fundamentals the word "laser" is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are finding ever increasing military applications -- principally for target acquisition, fire control, and training. These lasers are termed rangefinders, target designators, and direct-fire simulators. Lasers are also being used in communications, laser radars (LIDAR), landing systems, laser pointers, guidance systems, scanners, metal working, photography, holography, and medicine
Laser fundamentals
Laser operation spontaneous and stimulated processes
Laser Physics and Technology
Lasers Lasers the behaviour and nature of light, absorption and emission of light, the processes of amplification of light, types of lasers and applications, the processes of absorption and emission of light, to discuss the processes of amplification of light, description of  some of the common types of Lasers and their applications
Lasers Laser Radiation, Lasing Processes, Laser Cavity, Laser Gain Curve, Laser Applications, Laser Types, Radiation Properties, Laser Terminology, Controlling Radiation, Holography
Lasers Nearly all lasers are produced as a result of electrons jumping from an excited energy level within a radiating species to a lower-lying energy level and, in the process, radiating light that contributes to the laser beam, ...
Lasers the basic properties that distinguish laser light from other light sources and the essential elements required to produce this unique light
Lasers physical properties of laser beams and their generation in different laser sources
Lasers the acronym LASER stands for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. It was in 1917 that Albert Einstein calculated the conditions necessary for this stimulated emission to occur
Laser safety manual
Laser show basics
Laser pointer holography creating holograms using laser pointers
Laser technology A laser is composed of an active laser medium, or gain medium, and a resonant optical cavity, ...
Fundamentals of lasers, Gas lasers, Helium-Neon laser, Ion lasers, Carbon dioxide laser, Excimer laser, Other gas lasers, Solid-state lasers, Diode lasers, Wavelength tunable lasers, Electromagnetic field, Radiometry, Interferometry, Coherence, Diffraction, Holography, Fourier optics, Optical fiber, Fiber-optic sensors, Fiber-optic communications, Measurement applications, Laser spectroscopy
Laser tutorial Laser Tutorial, Laser oscillator, Amplification of light, Absorption and emission of light by atoms, Energizing the amplifying medium, Creating a Population Inversion
Laser tutorials helium cadmium lasers, diode lasers, the word LASER is an acronym meaning Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are now very important household items for everything from CD players to laser pointers
Learn about lasers to set up a laser system which works the first and every time
Machining with long pulse lasers a tip
Physics of lasers and modern optics
Principles of lasers
Principles of lasers pdf file
Quantum processes quantum processes, absorption and emission of light, stimulated emission
Quantum properties of light Quantum processes dominate the fields of atomic and molecular physics. The treatment here is limited to a review of the characteristics of absorption, emission, and stimulated emission which are essential to an understanding of lasers and their applications
Sam's laser FAQ practical information on many laser related topics including: basic laser safety, diode and HeNe laser drive requirements, power supply design considerations, laser and parts sources
Tunable lasers tutorial tunable lasers are different to traditional lasers because they can continuously change their emission wavelength, or color, in a given spectral range
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Laser types  related topics: Electronics: lasers, Fiber optic communications
Argon laser systems Argon ion lasers are available in a range of sizes from air-cooled models, producing a few milliwatts of output power at 488 nm and 514.5 nm, to the largest commercial models with output of over 40 watts multiline
Atomic laser
Blue-Violet Semiconductor Laser Blu-ray Disc (BD) is a next-generation video recording standard that supports crystal-clear, HD video to be recorded without any loss of image quality. In creating this technology, Sony first had to develop a blue-violet semiconductor laser capable of providing the required recording density on an optical disc
Carbon dioxide lasers
Carbon dioxide lasers
Carbon dioxide laser
CO2 Laser The great interest in carbon dioxide lasers stems from their continuous power capability, high efficiency and ease of construction
CO2 Lasers Carbon dioxide laser
Diode lasers pdf file
Dye lasers dye lasers, A dye laser is a laser which uses an organic dye as the lasing medium, usually as a liquid solution
Dye lasers
Gamma ray laser
Gas-ion lasers Ion lasers produce a large number of high-power lasing wavelengths ranging from the ultraviolet, through the visible, into the near infrared portion of the spectrum. Ion lasers are compact for the amount of laser power they generate relative to other types of visible lasers
Gas lasers Helium Neon (He-Ne) Lasers, Argon-ion Lasers, Carbon-dioxide (CO2 ) and Carbon-monoxide (CO) Lasers, Chemical Lasers
Helium-Neon lasers
Helium-Neon lasers
Helium-Neon lasers The most common and inexpensive gas laser, the helium-neon laser is usually constructed to operate in the red at 632.8 nm. It can also be constructed to produce laser action in the green at 543.5 nm and in the infrared at 1523 nm, ...
Home-Built Helium-Neon (HeNe) Laser Basic Home-Built HeNe Laser Information, Introduction to Home-Built HeNe Laser, Home-Built HeNe Laser Safety, HeNe Laser Construction References, Home-Built HeNe Laser Description
Laser types a list of laser types, their operational wavelengths, and their applications
Liquid dye Lasers
Liquid dye Lasers
Principles of the Semiconductor LASER Interaction of Light and Electrons and Inversion
Types of lasers eximer lasers, XeF eximer laser, free-electron laser, dye lasers
X ray laser sources
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