Understanding lasers requires knowledge of how stimulated emission multiplies light and produces the unique differences between coherent (laser) and noncoherent (regular) light. Regular light contains a mixture of wavelengths and radiates in a random direction from the source. Coherent (laser) light is not present under natural circumstances, and it allows extraordinary energy density and precis

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