Laser Application of Journal

Many scientific, military, medical and commercial laser applications have been developed since the invention of the laser in 1958. The coherency, high monochromaticity, and ability to reach extremely high powers are all properties which allow for these specialized applications.
Some laser systems, through the process of mode locking, can produce extremely brief pulses of light – as short as picoseconds or femtoseconds .Such pulses can be used to initiate and analyse chemical reactions, a technique known as photochemistry. The short pulses can be used to probe the process of the reaction at a very high temporal resolution, allowing the detection of short-lived intermediate molecules.
The guided munition adjusts its flight-path to home in to the laser light reflected by the target, enabling a great precision in aiming. The beam of the laser target designator is set to a pulse rate that matches that set on the guided munitions to ensure munitions strike their designated targets and do not follow other laser beams which may be in use in the area. The laser designator can be shined onto the target by an aircraft or nearby infantry. Lasers used for this purpose are usually infrared. Lasers, so the enemy cannot easily detect the guiding laser light.
Laser pointers are leading the way in global laser technology and are quickly becoming a common tool amongst laser enthusiasts and professionals alike. Pointers were not always this easy to purchase however. When lasers were first being produced they were very large and bulky, incapable of being compacted into the form of a hand held portable laser.

The most popular laser pointer is the stunning green laser, which produces a brilliant green beam at a frequency of 532nm, and is usually no more than 5mW in output power. The green pointers light energy is so bright that the beam can usually be seen during broad daylight and clearly at night, making it the ideal astronomy laser pointer.

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