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Advances In Laser Physics (Laser Science and Technology,) by V S Letokhov, Pierre Meystre

By V S Letokhov, Pierre Meystre

The delivery of quantum electronics in the course of the twentieth century and the subsquent discovery of the laser resulted in new developments in physics and a couple of photonic technolgies. This quantity is devoted to Peter Franken, a pioneer of nonlinear optics, and comprises papers by way of the founders of quantum electronics, Aleksandr Prokhorov, Nicolaas Blombergen, and Norman Ramsey. the subjects coated variety from astronomy to nuclear and semiconductor physics, and from basic difficulties in quantum mechanics to functions in novel laser fabrics and nanoscience.

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