Scientists have developed an ever-moving laser
Amsterdam: Scientists have developed a nuclear laser that can last forever, an invention that will open new chapters in the commercial use of next-generation technology a research team from the University of Amsterdam has solved a problem with the atomic laser theory that has puzzled physicists for 30 years unlike ordinary optical lasers, they are made of a substance called Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) of the nuclear laser that emits rays of matter these lasers require a large amount of energy and a very cool environment to maintain their condition. This means that it can currently be kept active for a very short period of time professor Florin Schreich, who led the research, said that in previous experiments, the gradual cooling of atoms had taken place in one place. In this setup, the researchers spread the process of cooling the atom by house instead of time. Eventually the ultra-cold atoms came to the center of the experiment where they could be used in the BEC to form integrated waves of matter.
“When these atoms are being used, new atoms are ready to replenish the BEC,” he said. That way the process can continue, forever.