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Comprehensive Table of Contents
Links to Every Chapter and Section

(02-Dec-14)

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Samuel M. Goldwasser
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Introduction

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Welcome Page, Expanded ToC, Comprehensive ToC



Sam's Laser FAQ Main Table of Contents



Preface, Introduction, What is a Laser?, Laser Safety



Laser Safety



Items of Interest



Laser Based Instruments and Applications

  • LIA:     Monitoring the Wavelength Stability of a Laser Diode
  • LIA:     Holographic Video Displays
  • LIA:     Suitable Lasers for Holography
  • LIA:     Coherence Length and Holography
  • LIA:     Holographic Information Resources
  • LIA: Laser Communications
  • LIA:     Basic Description
  • LIA:     Amateur Laser Communications
  • LIA:     Early Laser Communications Experiment
  • LIA: Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
  • LIA: Miscellaneous
  • LIA:     Use of Laser to Identify Stars in the Sky to a Group LaserDisc players. See the section:
  • LIA:     Laser

    Laser Experiments and Projects



    Laser Information Resources



    Laser Parts Sources



    Diode Lasers



    Diode Laser Power Supplies



    Helium-Neon Lasers



    Commercial Unstabilized HeNe Lasers

  • HCL:     PMS/REO One Brewster HeNe Laser Tubes<
  • HCL: Siemens/LASOS HeNe Lasers
  • HCL:     Siemans/LASOS Red HeNe Laser Tubes and Heads
  • HCL:     Siemans/LASOS "Other Color" HeNe Laser Tubes and Heads
  • HCL:     Siemens LGK-7638 HeNe Laser Head
  • HCL:     Siemens LGK-7676 HeNe Laser Head
  • HCL: Spectra-Physics HeNe Lasers
  • HCL:     SP-120, 124, and 125 HeNe Laser Specifications
  • HCL:     SP-107B HeNe Laser Specifications
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-115 Laser Head
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-120 Laser Head
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-122 Laser Head
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-124 Laser Head
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-125 Laser Head
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-127 Laser
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-130 Laser
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-131 Laser
  • HCL:     Description of the SP-155 Laser
  • HCL: Spectral HeNe Lasers
  • HCL:     Spectral RMM355 High Power Multimode HeNe Laser
  • HCL: Spindler and Hoyer Tunable HeNe Laser
  • HCL: JDS Uniphase HeNe Lasers
  • HCL:     JDS Uniphase Red HeNe Laser Heads
  • HCL:     JDS Uniphase Griot Other Color HeNe Laser Heads

    Commercial Stabilized HeNe Lasers



    HeNe Laser Testing, Adjustment, Repair



    HeNe Laser Power Supplies



    HeNe Laser Power Supply Design



    Complete HeNe Laser Power Supply Schematics



    Argon/Krypton Ion Lasers



    Ar/Kr Ion Laser Testing, Maintenance, Repair



    Ar/Kr Ion Laser Power Supplies



    Ar/Kr Ion Laser Power Supply Design



    Complete Ar/Kr Ion Laser Power Supply Schematics



    Carbon Dioxide Lasers



    Helium-Cadmium Lasers



    Solid State Lasers



    Commercial SS Lasers



    SS Laser Testing, Adjustment, Repair



    SS Laser Power Supplies



    Complete SS Laser Power Schematics



    Amateur Laser Construction



    Vacuum Technology for Home-Built Gas Lasers



    The Home-Built Laser Assembly and Power Supply



    Home-Built Laser Types, Information, and Links



    Home-Built Helium-Neon (HeNe) Laser



    Home-Built Pulsed Argon and/or Krypton (Ar/Kr) Ion Laser



    Home-Built Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser



    Home-Built Nitrogen (N2) Laser



    Home-Built Helium-Mercury (HeHg) Laser



    Home-Built Copper Chloride (CuCl) and Copper Bromide Laser



    Home-Built Dye Laser



    Home-Built Pulsed Multiple Gas (PMG) Laser



    Home-Built Pulsed Solid State (PSS) Laser



    Home-Built Diode Pumped Solid State (DPSS) Laser



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