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Laser Physics: Course Outline

Laser science or laser physics is a branch of optics that describes the theory and practice of lasers.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to laser operation.
  • Introduction, Laser and laser light.
  • light emission and absorption in quantum Theory. 
  • Einstein theory of light matter interaction. 
  • Classical dispersion theory: Introduction.
  • The electron oscillator model.
  • Refractive index and polarizability.
  • The Caushy formula.
  • Electric dipole radiation.
  • Rayleigh scattering.
  • Polarization by Rayleigh scattering.
  • The Tyndall-Rayleigh experiment.
  • Birefringence.
  • Classical theory of absorption.
  • Introduction, Absorption and Lorentz model.
  • Complex polarizability and index of refraction.
  • Polarizability and Index of refraction near a resonance.
  • Lorentzian atoms and radiation in cavities.
  • The absorption coefficient.
  • Oscillator strength.
  • absorption of broadband light.
  • collision and friction in Lorentz model.
  • collision cross sections.
  • Doppler boradening.
  • The Voigt profile.
  • Absorption by sodium vapor.
  • Atoms, molecules, and solids.
  • Introduction, the Bohr atom.
  • Quantum states and degeneracy.
  • The periodic table.
  • The molecular vibrations.
  • Molecular rotations.
  • Energy bands in solids.
  • Semiconductors.
  • Semiconductors junctions.
  • Schrodinger equation: Introduction.
  • The Wave Function.
  • Stationary states.
  • Atomic Wave functions and their properties.
  • Energy bands and waves functions for solids.

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