Observation of specific features of laser beam propagation in air with standing acoustic waves
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The process of laser beam propagation in air with a standing acoustic wave is studied. The uncertainty σ in the spatial localization of the laser beam is found to decrease in this process. In the studied case of laser beam propagation in a tube at atmospheric air pressure, the observed effect is manifested as a decrease in σ alongside the increasing resonator (tube) quality factor.
KeywordsLaser Beam Acoustic Wave Tube Output Nucleus Letter Acoustic Oscillation
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