Who invented laser beams?

Answer According to "A Century of Nature: Twenty-One Discoveries that Changed Science and the World," the first working laser was created in 1960 by Dr. Theodore Maiman at Hughes Research Labs in Malibu, ... Read More »

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How to Use Laser Beams to Create Alloys?

Laser alloying allows you to improve the corrosion and wear resistance of a metal or alloy surface by blasting it with microparticles of another metal, subsequently changing the material's microstr... Read More »

Can laser beams travel through water?

Laser beams are a form of light. Like all light, they are affected by water's properties. Lasers will move through water, but not perfectly.DefinitionLaser is actually an acronym. It stands for: li... Read More »

In how many directions do laser beams travel?

Light from a laser is collimated, which means that it travels in only one direction. Unlike ordinary light, which spreads out in many directions and becomes dimmer with distance, laser light remain... Read More »

About Building Laser Beams for Science Projects?

A laser is a bright concentration of light beams radiated at the same wavelength. Lasers performs a variety of tasks in the 21st century--from welding and medical treatments to light shows and bar-... Read More »