inorganic liquid laser
inorganic liquid laser[¦in·ȯr¦gan·ik ¦lik·wəd ′lā·zər]
A liquid laser in which an inorganic liquid such as neodymium-selenium oxychloride or neodymium-doped phosphorus chloride is used as the active material. Also known as neodymium liquid laser.
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