helium-neon laser


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helium-neon laser

[′hē·lē·əm ¦nē‚än ′lā·zər]
(optics)
An atomic gas laser in which a combination of helium and neon gases is used.
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In DSSI, a 10-mW helium-neon laser sensed as the light source.
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The disk -- a thin layer of indium gallium arsenide sandwiched between layers of indium gallium arsenide phosphide -- absorbs light from a helium-neon laser to generate coherent infrared radiation at wavelengths ranging from 1.
The sensor uses a helium-neon laser light source to profile the object, feeding the information to an on-board microprocessor.
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Light from a linearly polarized helium-neon laser is converted into circularly polarized light using a quarter-wave plate, and is coupled into a polarization-maintaining optical fiber with a microscope objective lens and three-axis positioner.
Researchers using sensitive helium-neon laser Doppler devices capable of "hearing" blood flow beneath the skin are finding evidence, supported by microscopic studies, that tretinoin stimulates new growth of tiny blood vessels, which in turn may nurture the regeneration of damaged skin cells.