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UCF scientist creates most efficient quantum cascade laser ever

(University of Central Florida) A new way of producing Quantum Cascade Lasers yields better efficiency and comparable performance, and makes it easier to manufacture QCLs for uses in spectroscopy and other commercial areas.
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