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However all these devices and methods are all classified as lasers based on their method of producing that light. Lasers are needed in situations where light of spatial or temporal coherence is necessary and they ... ... middle of paper ... ...ser diodes have a very wide range of uses that include, fiber optic communications, barcode readers, laser pointers, CD/DVD/Blu-ray reading, laser printing, scanning and increasingly directional lighting sources. Dye lasers use organic dye as the gain medium. The wide spectrum of available dyes allows these lasers to be highly tunable to produce very short-duration pulses. In their most prevalent form these solid state dye lasers use dye-doped polymers as laser media.
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As years went on the uses grew in number. Today lasers were being used in a variety of ways. This includes entertainment, military, communication, businesses, measurement, cutting, and more. Measurement: Lasers have become an important part of measurement. A laser is the fastest way to measure long distances.