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Research Paper | Physics Science | Sudan | Volume 3 Issue 12, December 2014
Explanation of the Effect of Magnetic Field on laser Intensity on the Basic of Generalized Special Relativity
Abstract: Laser technology recently becomes one of the widespreaded technology in many applications. This attracts attention to generation of laser and the mechanisms affecting this generation. One of the recent developments in lasing is the so-called free-electron laser (FEL) which is based on special relativity (SR). FEL shows that lasing intensity is affected by a magnetic field. However, the theoretical framework of this effect is complex and cannot explain the effect of the magnetic field on lasers produced by materials. These setbacks motivates to search for a new model based on generalized special relativity to account for these theoretical defects. In this work, the generalized special relativity accounts for the effect of magnetic fields on laser intensity produced by matter theoretically. These theoretical relations agree with the empirical ones for plasma, discharge gas and semiconductor lasers.
Keywords: Free electron laser, Magnetic field Potential, Laser intensity, Generalized special relativity, amplification factor,
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 12, December 2014,
Pages: 1761 - 1766