Asked in Workplace Health and Safety
What are Laser safety procedures?
Laser Safety procedures are often specific to a particular laser installation. In general, however, the following apply: don't look directly at the laser beam know where the laser beam path is enclose the beam path as much as possible ensure that warning signs and labels are properly placed never point a laser beam at a person use appropriate protective eye wear if exposure to a Class 3B or class 4 beam is possible wear protective clothing is exposure to a Class 4 beam is possible never...
Asked in Physics
Why is the size of a laser or electron beam measured in milliradians?
The size of a laser or electron beam is measured in milliradians. This is because they are subject to divergence. ...
Asked in Tekken
How do you do laser beam using devil jin in tekken 6 fo PS3?
to use the laser beam just press (square) + (triangle) at the same time. if you want the flying laser beam just press (X) + (O) at the same time where he will jump high then press (square) + (triangle) at the same time to do the laser beam. ...
Asked in Computer Printers
In Brother Laser printers, are actual laser rays used for printing?
A beam of light is scanned across the printer's photoreceptor. The harmless light beam is what the word laser is referring to. ...
Can you put a LED inside a laser housing to focus it into a beam just like a laser diode would?
No. Unless the LED is specifically a laser, you can not make it focus like a laser by putting it in a housing. A laser produces coherent light, which is why it acts like a beam. A normal LED is not coherent, and you can not make it so. Although you can not make a collimated incoherent light beam able to travel similar distances as a collimated laser beam, you can collimate incoherent light into a beam which would travel some...
Asked in Solid State Physics
Why can't you see a laser beam unless it has particles in it?
A laser beam consists of light rays (or photons) all going in one direction. If the beam is not pointed toward your eye, none of the light in the beam will go into your eye so you will not be able to see the path of the beam, although you may be able to see where it strikes a solid, diffusely reflecting object. If there are particles in the path of the laser beam, some of the light in the beam...