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Why is a 1mW laser dangerous?
In our Physics lab we have a 1 milliwatt (0.001W) helium neon laser. Despite the low power, we were cautioned not to even look at reflections of the beam as it could cause permanent eye damage - why ...
Jan 26 '11 at 17:32
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