Modern science is inexorably moving along the path of total miniaturization of almost all the solutions developed, which is clearly demonstrated by the example of reducing the technological process in the electronic industry. This time, scientists from Princeton University set themselves the task of creating the smallest laser installation in the world, the size of which would not exceed rice grain, and managed to achieve record successes in this undertaking.
A tiny laser pointer has become an example of how the current level of development of science, taking into account the advanced solutions available to American specialists, reduces this kind of device, preserving its main functional component.
The power of the presented miniature version of the laser is carried out by one electron. The concept embodied, according to the representative of the National Institute of Standards and Technologies, is nothing more than a real technical masterpiece. In addition, as a professor of physics at Princeton University, Dr. Jeson (DR. Jason Petta), which oversaw the study and led the project, their development can be considered the most compact of the ever existing versions of the laser, for the functioning of which one electron is enough. In this case, the power consumption in this case will amount to one billionth watt.
It is worth noting that the work of scientists to create a laser has prompted work to study quantum points and methods of their practical application, which formed the smallest laser pointer in the entire history of science of science. For this, it was required to resort to when creating a device to use the quantum points of the II Supervision Supervisor, the role of which was the chemical element of niobium. The connection between points was carried out through special «nano pipelines».