The dimensions of installations increase in size as the pulse energy and laser radiation wavelength decrease. The high-frequency shortwave spectrum promises many interesting things, from sensitive airport security scanners and high-performance optoelectronics. But compactness is essential everywhere. Chinese scientists have solved this problem by learning how laser radiation can be generated with extremely compact sources.
Chinese media reported that a group of scientists at the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics of Chinese Academy of Sciences found a way of creating a compact version of a device referred to as a “free electron laser”. In that electron beam exposure under certain conditions can cause coherent emission of photons from these electrons, such lasers are very interesting. It is possible to create a laser pulse using a wide spectrum of semiconductors and conductors (a separate hello silicon), and it is possible in this case to set the radiation wavelength to X-ray.
Chinese scientists transformed a length of 8 cm wire into an X-ray Laser in the experiment. Ye Tian (Ye Tian), co-author of the study, told the news publication Shanghai ObserverThe team was able to synchronize electrons. “Like an honor guard”To produce more power
Chinese scientists stimulated electrons in the material with an ultra-fast, powerful laser pulse. The short pulse increased the electrons’ speed, which caused them to radiate electromagnetic waves. The interaction between the “secondary,” electromagnetic pulse and the accelerated electrons led to an “avalanche-like” process that resulted in the amplification or “laser” radiation.
This open phenomenon can be used in sensors, scanners, and microelectronics to transform a nanoscale object into a laser of almost any wavelength. Experts say this phenomenon can cause “To completely rethink the process of creating an electron beam” This will open up new frontiers in science and technology.