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an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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Increase of proton electrochemical potential and ATP synthesis in rat liver mitochondria irradiated in vitro by helium-neon laser.
Effects of helium-neon laser on the mucopolysaccharide induction in experimental osteoarthritic cartilage.
As practical implementations of quantum mechanics in chemistry, the book describes vibrational spectroscopy, the helium-neon laser, Auger electron spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, and NMR.
For DNA sequencers, most applications utilize a 488 nm argon ion laser and a 543 nm helium-neon laser.
Instead of a dynamic Michelson interferometer with moving mirrors, it has a static, fiber-based Mach-Zehnder interferometer, and in place of a Helium-Neon laser, it uses a NIST-traceable gas-absorption cell.
The inspection technique being developed by Argonne uses a low-power helium-neon laser, similar to those found in grocery checkout counters.
TABLE SUMMARY OF COMPLEMENTARY/ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES FOR FIBROMYALGIA Level of Therapy Evidence(*) Benefit([dagger]) Acupuncture 1b (++) Biofeedback 1b (+) S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe) 1b (+) Balneotherapy (spa treatment) 4 (+) Hypnotherapy 4 (+) Massage 4 (+) Meditation 4 (+) Bright light treatment 1b 0 Low-output helium-neon laser 1b 0 Malic acid 200 mg and magnesium 50 mg orally 3 times daily 1b 0 Rheumajecta and Vasolastine injections 1b 0 Selenium 100 (g orally daily in tow soil selenium area 1b 0 60 to 300 hz musical vibrations 2b 0 Chiropractic management 4 0 (*) Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (cebm.
Of the recommended radiations, that of the iodine-stabilized helium-neon laser is the most widely used for practical realization of the meter.
The computer-to-plate imager comes with either a helium-neon laser for red-sensitive silver-halide metal plates or frequency-doubled YAG laser for green-sensitive sliver-halide or photopolymer plates.
He has completed a helium-neon laser used to make holograms and light shows, and is one motor away from completing his six-leg walker robot with an arm that will pick up and bring him small items.
And a fixed position, helium-neon laser scanner would be developed in 1969, helping launch the industrial uses of bar coding on conveyor lines and elsewhere.
A helium-neon laser beam is split and delivered through four (three or more required) two-axis trackers and focused onto a spherical retro-reflector mounted on the object being measured and tracked automatically by a quadrant-photodetector-controlled servo.
In 1969 Metrologic produced the world's first helium-neon laser kit, and by 1971, Metrologic was the world's largest volume manufacturer of helium-neon lasers.
Laser light with a longer wavelength, such as the (infrared) diode produced by the gallium arsenide (GaAs) or gallium aluminum arsenide (GaA1As) laser, penetrates deeper [8], whereas laser light with a shorter wavelength, such as red light produced by the helium-neon laser, penetrates human skin very superficially [7].
In conventional shearography, a 15-mW helium-neon laser was used as the light source.