What does laser stand for? What can you find a laser in? Are there illegal lasers? IÕm going to tell you history facts, the history (donÕt have a clue what the difference is) and how the laser works. P.S. You can find all the answers to the questions in this report!
History Facts About Laser
This paragraph is about illegal lasers.L According to the FDA (Not a clue for what that stands for. I just know that itÕs some sort of a federal site), there are illegal lasers such as the overpowered green laser. Illegal lasers are lasers that shouldnÕt be on the consumer market. Most illegal lasers are sold online.
Do lasers come as other things? According to Wikipedia, yes and no. It depends on the way you look at things because they donÕt make lasers as other things, but they do put lasers in things such as cell phones.
Who uses laser? According to Mathew Klitgaard, almost everybody uses laser. For instance, if you listen to a CD on a CD player, you are using a laser! Why? Because a laser reads the CD!
What type of laser was the first laser? According to Mary Bellis, the first type of laser was a ruby laser. I think it is really cool that we know what kind of optical laser the first laser was.
What is laser used for?
Laser is used for almost everything.
According to Matthew Weschler, laser is in CD players, dental drills,
high-speed cutting machines and measuring
systems. A lot of other things use laser too.
History Of The Laser
Where can you find lasers? If you look around, you can probably find a laser in your house. According to Matthew Weschler, laser is in CD players, dental drills, high-speed cutting machines and measuring systems. A lot of other things use laser too.
Who invented laser? According to Mary Bellis, In 1960, Theodore Maiman invented the ruby laser considered to be the first successful optical or light laser. Many historians claim that Theodore Maiman invented the first optical laser, however, there is some controversy that Gordon Gould was the first.
Why was laser invented? According to Wikipedia, ŌNobody really knows why the laser was invented but I think it is because the guy that invented the laser invented it to make some lives easier. (If he did it for that reason, he succeeded!)Ķ
How The Laser Works
What does laser stand for? According to Matthew Weschler, "Laser" is an acronym (A word that is that stands for other words) for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.Ķ I think that it is cool that ŌLaserĶ is an acronym.
I hope you liked my report on laser. If you didnÕt, IÕm sorry.