Atomic light: lasers--what they are and how they work
Sterling Pub. Co., 1967 - Technology & Engineering - 104 pages
Explains the principles behind the working of lasers and different kinds of lasers: crystal, gas, liquid, and semi-conductor; describes the uses of lasers in medicine, communication, industry, measuring devices, range-finding, and photography.
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