## Define the intensity of the laser in short, Physics

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Define the Intensity of the laser in short.

Intensity:

a. Lasers are intense and bright light sources. It is due to coherence and directionality.

b. The  intensity  is  enormous  because of  the  coherent  addition  of  amplitude  and  negligible divergence.

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