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Consider the laser cavity shown below.

Consider the laser cavity shown below. Both the end mirrors are perfectly reflecting, and an extremely thin piece of glass is inserted into the cavity at an angle close to Brewster's angle so that 99% of the light is transmitted and 1% is reflected every time the beam passes through the piece of glass. Derive the threshold gain to achieve lasing.


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