An Awesome Device

 By Charlie The Unicorn  

   Intro

       Have you ever been to a museum? Well if you have, did you know that at night the whole museum is covered in invisible lasers? Some of the kind of lasers will slice of anything it touches, or it will just set of an alarm. If you want to know more about the laser and kinds of lasers than you should read my report.

   What Lasers Are

This paragraph is about what LASER stands for. According to enotes.com LASER stands for light amplification stimulated emission of radiation.

      

    Types Of Lasers

        This paragraph is about the Argon Floride laser.

According to howstuffworks.com or Mr. Welch, the Argon FlourideÕs wavelength is 193.

 

         This paragraph is about the Krypton Flouride laser.

According to howstuffworks.com or Mr. Welch, the Krypton FlourideÕs wavelength is 248.

   History

       This paragraph is about who invented the Ruby laser.

According to about.com, the Ruby laser was invented by a man named Theodore Maiman.

   

         This paragraph is about who invented the Carbon Dioxide laser.

According to Howstuffworks.com, the Carbon Dioxide laser was invented by a man named Kumar Patel.

 

  This paragraph is about who invented the laser.

According to enotes.com, Theodore Maiman invented the laser.

 

         This paragraph is about when the laser was invented.

According to wikianswers.com the laser was invented in 1920.

 

This paragraph is about where the laser was invented.

According to enotes.com the laser was invented in CaliforniaÕs Hughes Research Laboratory.

        

   Extras

         This paragraph is about can a laser be harmful.

According to nobelprize.org a laser can sometimes blind you and yes, it can hurt you.

   Conclusion

   Thank you for reading my report, I hope you enjoyed it.  By the        way, there are lotÕs of more interesting things that you can learn about lasers, so donÕt stop   now, go out and research it!!!