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Synonyms for laser

an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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Yang, "Detecting single viruses and nanoparticles using whispering gallery microlasers," Nature Nanotechnology, vol.
Several features of microlaser projectors make them promising for application in military flight simulation.
A vertical microlaser beam enters individual cells as they are pushed by a micropump through tiny channels cut into the glass surface of the device, said Neal Singer, a spokesman for the US Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM, where a prototype for the device was developed.
It works by pumping blood cells through tiny channels cut into the glass surface of the device and passing a microlaser through them as they enter.
It works by pumping blood cells through tiny channels and passing a microlaser through them.
While microlaser systems are revolutionizing the high-end IG systems, commercial PC-based graphics will soon accelerate DMT visual systems with greatly reduced costs.
[7.] Hoenk, Michael E., et al., "Microlaser Doppler Anemometers," NASA Tech Briefs, August 1997.
It will bet the first official unveiling of our microLaser WIN/4 compact laser printer."
Document imaging hardware costs for a stand-alone system Stand-alone workstation for scanning, indexing, database storage, search and retrieval and display: 386/33 with 8 Mb of RAM and a 200-Mb hard drive $1,150 NEC MultiSync 4FGe 15-inch monitor with 1024-by-768 resolution and a 76-hertz refresh rate $755 ATI Graphics Ultra Plus 2-Mb video accelerator card $310 Internal optical WORM drive (5.25-inch, 940-Gb Panasonic LF5010 with adapter) $2,470 250-Mb Conner Tapestor internal tape backup for the index database $150 Hayes fax-modem board $200 Hewlett-Packard ScanJet IIP grayscale scanner with feeder $1,000 Texas Instruments Microlaser Plus printer with 300-by-300 dot-per-inch resolution $850 Total $6,885
Texas Instruments announced two additions to its microLaser printer family, the nine page-per-minute (ppm) micro-Laser Turbo and the 16 ppm microLaser XL Turbo.
The main research fields are in laser and hybrid welding, surface treatment, laser welding of plastics, microlaser processing and paper processing.
Ultimately, Gourley says, physicians equipped with surgical tools incorporating the microlaser may immediately identify cancerous cells and treat the disease in the same procedure.--P.W.
Oberkochen and Bernried, Germany 12/30/04 -- Carl Zeiss AG has acquired P.A.L.M Microlaser Technologies AG, a manufacturer of microdissection and micromanipulation systems using its Laser Microdissection and Pressure Catapulting technology.
The new units, the microLaser Pro/8 and microLaser PowerPro/12, join the recently unveiled microLaser WIN/4 as laser printers that target every one from the work-at-home individual to mid-size businesses.
In this case, ion implantation eliminates the individual etching of each microlaser. The etched channels provide electrical isolation between columns.