Basic laser mechanisms
It is a common experience that a disturbance in a solid or a fluid propagates outwards in all directions with a certain speed. An example is the everyday experience of a stone thrown into water.
KeywordsElectromagnetic Wave Glow Discharge Spontaneous Emission Spherical Wave Path Difference
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