In the near future, the Ural Federal University (Ural Federal University) will present technology for creating devices for receiving infrared laser radiation, which is used in the diagnosis of diseases by human expired air. It is known that within the framework of the work, experts use an ultrafast video camera, which will fix all stages of development.
According to Andrei Akhmatkhanov, The technology will create devices for receiving and controlling radiation in the mid-infrared range. Such sources can be used to diagnose diseases by analyzing human exhaled air, to remotely detect gas leaks from main pipelines, and to increase the transmission speed of optical channels communication.
According to meddaily.ru , crystals of lithium niobate will be investigated when exposed to an electric field. These crystals are widely used to create new sources of laser radiation. In order for such a transformation to proceed with maximum efficiency, it is necessary to be able to very accurately control the internal structure of the crystal.