laser beam


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laser beam

[′lā·zər ‚bēm]
(optics)
A narrow beam of coherent, powerful, and nearly monochromatic electromagnetic radiation emitted by a laser.
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This research made use of 'ultra-pure' diamonds to concentrate multiple laser beams into a single output.
b) A brief description of the subject contract: The contract is for the purchase of mirrors promotion laser beam laser chain L4.
RMI's laser beam expanders are made with high precision plano-concave and plano-convex lenses - available in a wide range of materials.
We read of a weapon being produced by Israeli defense manufacturers that makes use of laser beams to bring down certain air-bound threats, albeit at a short range only as of this time.
The unlawful use of laser beams and devices near airports will now be penalised, according to the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GC).
If a laser beam is intense enough, its electro-magnetic field is strong enough to rip electrons off of air molecules, creating plasma.
The laser beam geometry for the focused laser beam is independent of the laser power.
The turret tracks the target and directs the laser beam in the proper direction.
Given the wide range of applications that require shaping the laser beam irradiance profile, including material processing, medical procedures, lithography, semiconductor, manufacture, graphic arts, optical data processing, and military uses, the literature on the topic is widely scattered.
FOLLOWING the recent victories of Milldean Billy (Arc), Greenacre Lin (Golden Jacket) and Mineola Farloe (Shelbourne Tote Gold Cup), there was further ringing endorsement for the 2002 crop when Positive Option and Laser Beam took first and second in Coventry's British Sprint Cup, ahead of their younger rivals.
Nearby, in Baka con punti laser (Baka with Laser Points), 1976/2005, a red laser beam cut across the length of a model of a Japanese missile.

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