A Western Illinois University physics professor has discovered a way to understand lasing without inversion, which will allow the generation of X-ray and gamma-ray laser light without needing large energy input to begin with. This will also allow for precise control of the behavior of a quantum system leading to its application in an important upcoming area of information processing known as quantum information.
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