Subject: Is it possible to IR modulate a UV carrier wave?
Date: Mon Apr 17 01:31:22 2000
Posted by Albert Gruzs
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Baltimore State/Province: Md
Country: U.S. of A.
Area of science: Physics
Will an Ultra-violet laser beam carry an Infra-red modulation?
Would such a composite waveform make a more efficient cutting tool?
Would the resultant composite waveform produce more HEAT in a target
material than the individual wavelengths would?
Re: Is it possible to IR modulate a UV carrier wave?
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