Can ice particles disrupt a laser beam?

Answer Ice particles will disrupt a laser beam. A laser traveling through a vacuum should theoretically travel forever without expanding or losing energy. However, a laser traveling through air is disrupt... Read More »

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Who made the first laser beam?

A scientist named Theodore Maiman created the world's first working laser beam on May 16th, 1960, at the Hughes Research Laboratory in California. The first public announcement of this feat was on ... Read More »

Laser Beam Dangers?

Lasers are used in the 21st century everywhere from medical centers to the entertainment sector, and are increasingly available for use in the workplace and for sale over the Internet. Since indivi... Read More »

How to Collimate a Laser Beam?

A laser beam that has been directed through optics or a fiber can be approximately collimated with different lenses. A laser beam focused into a single-mode optical fiber can be coherently collimat... Read More »

What Is Laser Beam Machining?

Laser beam machining uses the energy in laser light to cut sheets of flat material, such as metal, plastic and cloth. The lasers come in a range of power levels, each suited to machine specific mat... Read More »