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How is a laser different than an ordinary light?

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A laster is a device that controls the way energized atoms release photons (thereby creating light). This device amplifies the energy of the photon and concentrates it.  Ordinary light is not concentrated at this level, nor is it energized at the laser level, nor is it sustained at this energetic level.

Dr. John Carmen | 1535 days ago