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Dr. Suman Lata


Numerous areas of our lives already depend heavily on laser technology. No matter what sector you operate in, you probably use laser technology frequently for both professional and personal purposes. These are a few examples of how laser technology is used in daily life. Lasers produce well-controlled, coherent, monochromatic, and accurately directed light beams. Lasers are the best tools for focusing light in space, time, or at specific wavelengths. Measurement, cutting, drilling, welding, reading, writing, sending messages, solving crimes, removing plaque from arteries, and delicate eye surgeries have all been done using lasers on a regular basis. This paper discusses a few laser applications.

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Dr. Suman Lata. (2022). LASER APPLICATION : A REVIEW. Research Inspiration, 8(1), 17–19.


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