1 February 1980 Guest Editorial Laser Applications To Chemistry
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The phenomenon of "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation" (the laser), discovered over twenty years ago, has become one of the most exciting developments in science. Providing a source of intense, coherent, narrowly monochromatic radiation, with the capability of either continuous generation or periodic flashes of extraordinarily short duration (down to pico-seconds), the laser has already had a remarkable effect on research in many diverse areas of engineering and the physical and biological sciences.
Thomas F. George, "Guest Editorial Laser Applications To Chemistry," Optical Engineering 19(1), 190101 (1 February 1980). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972462
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