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         Laser Physics:     more books (100)
  1. X-Ray Lasers 1990 (Institute of Physics Conference Series)
  2. Physics of Semiconductor Lasers by Bohdan Mroziewicz, Maciej Bugajski, et all 1991-05
  3. Phase Conjugation of Laser Emission (Horizons in World Physics)
  4. High-resolution laser spectroscopy (Topics in applied physics ; v. 13)
  5. Super-Intense Laser-Atom Physics IV (NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series: 3:)
  6. Masers and Lasers: Physics and Design
  7. Nonlinear Laser Chemistry: Multiple-Photon Excitation (Springer Series in Chemical Physics) by V. S. Letokhov, 1983-08
  9. Lasers in Nuclear Physics (Nuclear Science Research Conference Series) by C. E. Bemis, 1982-01-31
  10. Strong Field Laser Physics (Springer Series in Optical Sciences)
  11. Research in Molecular Laser Plasmas (P.N. Lebedev Physics Institute Series, Vol 78)
  12. Lasers and Synergetics (Springer Proceedings in Physics) by R. Graham, 1987-08
  13. Metal Vapour Lasers: Physics, Engineering and Applications by Christopher E. Little, 1999-03-31
  14. The 10th International School on Quantum Electronics, Laser, Physics & Applications (Proceedings of SPIE)

121. Welcome To [Home Page]
Our Sponsors. Welcome to We are your source for information on laser light shows, laser displays, laser special effects, and entertainment incorporating lasers. Site Organization
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In this area you will find a more general level of information which is is divided into eight topics. Below is an outline of what each topic covers. To explore the topic, click the link or the topic button: Basic Laser safety All lasers and laser light show systems have intrinsic dangers - even laser pointers! Observation of basic laser safety rules and the specific safety regulations of the jurisdiction in which you operate are essential.

122. Medical Physics & Bioengineering Department, UCL
Department has a broad range of interests Biomedical Optics Radiation physics Quantitative Medical Imaging Incontinence Lasers and Endoscopy MRI Medical Graphics Implated Devices
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October 20, 2003 Students and staff of the Department study the Principles of Rotational Dynamics at Alton Towers. The Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering is a joint department of University College London (UCL) and the UCL Hospitals Trust . The academic and research work of the Department is concentrated primarily within Shropshire House (shown opposite), a short distance from the main UCL campus. It also has laboratories on three other nearby sites: University College Hospital, Middlesex Hospital, and Whittington Hospital. Visitors requiring directions how to locate Shropshire House should click here The spectrum of Medical Physics activities undertaken in this Department is probably the broadest of any in the United Kingdom. Roughly one half of the 130 members of staff are employed by the UCL Hospitals to provide medical physics service. The rest are principally involved in the pursuit of academic research, including industrial contract research, and teaching activities associated with the graduate and post-graduate degrees offered by the Department.

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124. Steven Chu, Former Bell Labs Researcher, Wins Nobel In Physics
Using lasers to trap and cool molecules for study. Nobel Prize for Chu, Phillips, and CohenTannoudji.
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Steven Chu Wins Nobel Prize
The idea of using lasers to trap and cool molecules for study began over a lunchtable conversation at Bell Labs in Holmdel, N.J. more than 10 years ago. Today, because of his idea, former Bell Labs researcher Steven Chu is one Nobel Prize in Physics richer.
Holmdel, N.J (October, 1997) An idea that sprang up over lunch at a Bell Labs cafeteria a little more than a decade ago has led Steven Chu to the most coveted honor in science. On Oct. 15, the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Chu, now at Stanford University, and two others, William Phillips and Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, for their development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light. Steven Chu The research that drew the attention of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences began at Bell Labs in Holmdel. A dozen years ago, Arthur Ashkin and Chu used to discuss physics regularly at the Holmdel cafeteria. They were interested in manipulating atoms at low temperatures. An idea that arose during one of those lunches led to a series of experiments by Chu, Ashkin, John Bjorkholm, Alex Cable, and Leo Holberg. Chu left Bell Labs in 1987 to take up a professorship at Stanford, where he continued his work in low-temperature physics.
Ashkin Pioneered "Optical Trapping"

125. Institute Of Experimental Physics - University Of Gdansk
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126. Physics Today August 2001
(For more on powerful ultrashort lasers, see the article by Gérard Mourou, Christopher Barty, and Michael Perry, physics Today, January 1998, page 22. * ).
Back to Table of Contents Novel Heavy-Water Detector Unveils the Missing Solar Neutrinos Atoms Hop between Islands of Regular Motion in a Sea of Chaos Experiments Detail How Powerful Ultrashort Laser Pulses Propagate through Air ... References Site Index Physics Today Home Page Current Issue Past Contents Job Ads Upcoming Meetings Buyer's Guide About Physics Today Contact Us Advertising Information Print Ad Rates and Specs Online Ad Rates and Specs Advertiser Index Product Information Information Exchange Experiments Detail How Powerful Ultrashort Laser Pulses Propagate through Air
Thanks to self-focusing, laser pulses can be launched upward into clouds where they can be used to measure pollutants. Like many things in physics, refractive index isn't as simple as we learned in high school. In addition to the familiar constant is a term that depends on intensity: n n n I This intensity dependence, known as the optical Kerr effect, underlies the phenomenon of self-focusing. If a beam of light is brighter in the center than at the edgesas most arethe center will encounter a bigger refractive index and slow down. Wavefronts that start out planar will therefore collapse about the center. A tighter beam results. For air

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