Definitions for "laser"
A device which produces an intense, usually narrow, monochromatic beam of coherent light; called also optical maser. It has various forms, and is used in various applications in science and technology. The beam is produced by boosting the majority of the electrons in specific radiation-absorbing atoms in a medium into a higher energy level, from which they are stimulated by their own emitted radiation to drop back synchronously to their lower energy level, and emit light which is in phase (coherent).
Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are the source of light used to excite fluorochromes in flow cytometry.
An acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The light waves in a laser move in exactly the same way as each other and are all the same frequency. This results in a powerful beam of light that can produce intense heat when focused at close range. Lasers are used in many fields. In medicine, lasers are used in microsurgery, cauterization, and for diagnostic purposes. Lasers are used in telecommunications to transmit data.
a device containing a substance where the majority of its atoms or molecules are put into an excited energy state
a device that controls the way energized atoms release photons
a device that controls the way energized atoms release their energy
LASER is an emulator for arcade games using the Intel 8080 microprocessor. The name is an acronym that stands for Little Arcade System Emulator Releases. In the earliest versions of the emulator, the name stood for Lopantu's Arcade Emulator Releases, but this was changed when Mickey Mc Murray changed his nickname from Lopantu to Bender, and later to MetaFox.
Laser is a steel roller coaster at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in South Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania, in the United States.
Keywords:  mirror, lasable, neon, cavity, helium
a cavity that has mirrors at the ends and is filled with lasable material such as crystal, glass, liquid, gas, or dye
a cavity, with mirrors at the ends, that is filled with a gas or gas mixture, such as Helium and Neon
a crystal rod with a full mirror on one end and a half-silvered mirror
Keywords:  ulster, tsb, ebs, irish, republic
Laser is the primary debit card system used in the Republic of Ireland. It was launched in 1996 and currently has more than 1 million customers. Seven Irish financial institutions are partners in the Laser card system: Allied Irish Banks, Bank of Ireland, EBS Building Society, First Active, National Irish Bank, Permanent TSB and Ulster Bank.
a non-contact cutting system and has the ability to cut clean smooth edges and provide clear and precise engraving on most modern plastics, plexiglass, acrylics, etc
a three-dimensional structure, where the refractive index of the waveguide is a complex function of its precise elemental composition and its geometry
a quintessentially quantum-theoretic gadget - we live in a marvelous world, where such things are taken for granted
A single-handed centreboard dinghy class, the most popular one-design class in the world, used for open competition in the Olympic Games.
Used by surgeons as an alternative to a scalpel. Cuts and coagulates vessels (lessens bleeding) at the same time.
a controlled heat source which on traversing a steel surface, induces it to transform into austenite during heating and then into martensite during the cooling part of the thermal
A spatially aggregate land-use/transport interaction model for London and South-East, built using MEPLAN package
Keywords:  diode
Keywords:  pinpoint, wonderful, problem, way
a wonderful way to pinpoint the problem
Keywords:  rogers, knocked, shooting, arc, cups
A shot that has an extremely low shooting arc. Often causes knocked over cups. See Also: Shooting Arc Related Terms: Buck Rogers
Keywords:  monochromic, frequency
a monochromic frequency
a non-wearing and highly flexible, free- programmable tool and suited
a tool that has many uses
a tool that is used commonly in eye surgery, but it cannot be used to remove cataracts
A provision in some stoploss contracts which sets a specific stop loss attachment point at a higher level than the rest of the contract for specific individuals.
Keywords:  devise, tech, high
a high tech devise
Keywords:  scream, baby, attempt, early
an early attempt at Scream Like A Baby
Keywords:  straw, soda, drink, thin, glass
a very thin glass tube, about the size of a straw that you use to drink a soda
Laboratory for Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Research
Keywords:  explains, ordered, system
a very ordered system," she explains
Keywords:  hundreds, dvd, reviews, well, offers
a DVD web site that offers hundreds of DVD reviews, as well as DVD