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My theory is the neon will be excited by the laser and light up like a very high powered light bulb. I also think if too much neon is used or too high powered of a laser it will cause an explosion. Is there formulas I can use to find the propper amounts of both. I am looking to create 100 times the normal sunlight. what difference would it make if the iside of the tube was a mirrored surface with only one black spot in wich the laser would be directed at.
Re: how will neon react to a low powered laser in a vacume tube
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