Laser light is used to destroy the

Laser light is used to destroy the
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Cancerous cells
Pre-cancerous cells
Tissues

Hook’s law is defined as

Hook’s law is defined as
F and X are direct proportional
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F and X are inverse proportional
F and X has no relation
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The body oscillates due to a

The body oscillates due to a
Restoring force
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Applied force
Frictional force
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The vibrating bodies produce

The vibrating bodies produce
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Sound
Waves
Disturbance

The restoring force is always directed towards the

The restoring force is always directed towards the
Rest position or mean position
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Initial position
Final positions
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Oscillatory motion is a type of motion which is

Oscillatory motion is a type of motion which is
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To and from
Vibratory motion
Periodic motions

Laser beam can be used for

Laser beam can be used for
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Wilding of detached retinas
Destroy tissues in a localized area
Sealed off capillaries for prevention of disease

In which process, the photon emits to produce laser beam

In which process, the photon emits to produce laser beam
Induced emission
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Induced absorption
Spontaneous emission
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LASER is the potential energy source used to inducing

LASER is the potential energy source used to inducing
Fusion reactions
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Fission reactions
Chemical reactions
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Laser can be used in the field of

Laser can be used in the field of
Telecommunications
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Polarization
Radioactivity
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