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lasing

[′lāz·iŋ]
(optics)
Generation of visible or infrared light waves having very nearly a single frequency by pumping or exciting electrons into high-energy states in a laser.
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But without any tricks, dark mode lasing would be quite useless because the light is essentially trapped at the nanoparticle array and cannot leave.
Thus, the dielectric environment around the nanoparticle arrays can be tuned, which also tunes the lasing wavelength.
Gas Lasers have a lasing medium that is a gas or combination of gases, such as helium-neon laser or carbon dioxide laser, which emits 10.
Lasing activity can be considered "interfering with flight crew" and is punishable under the Patriot Act, carrying fines in excess of $500,000 and 20 years in jail.
The smaller a laser is, the greater the pump power needed to reach the point of lasing.
For optical amplification and lasing in silicon waveguides, it is essential to maintain the waveguide transmission loss as low as possible.
The two new lasers require very low power to operate, an important breakthrough since lasers usually require greater and greater "pump power" to begin lasing as they shrink to nano sizes.
To create a lower-cost alternative, Suckewer and his team replaced the lasing medium with a plasma, the hot state of matter in which electrons and atoms more separately.
Large stimulated emission cross-section at lasing wavelengths
This is the first time that lasing in silicon has been achieved," says Bahrain Jalali of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Army for its military police and convoy protection, and for Combat Observing and Lasing Teams.
have demonstrated a lasing material that actually uses scattering to its advantage.