LASER Video Lesson: Properties of LASERs, Monochromatic

Most of the light we are familiar with is composed of more than one wavelength (or color) of light. LASER light, on the other hand, is composed of just a single wavelength of light. Laser light is monochromatic – meaning it has only one wavelength, or color. This video explains one of the fundamental properties of laser light – Monochromatic. Watch the video.

LASER Classroom has teamed up with Aurora at Supercharged Science, which provides science education to families and educators, to create a series of FREE online Light and Laser Video Lessons for YOU!


Watch the video by clicking here or on the image to the left.

After the video, download the FREE .pdf of this lesson/activity, including student worksheet(s).

To purchase the lights and lasers used in this Video Lesson, please visit the LASER Classroom Store.