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short system of optics

John Stack

short system of optics

principally designed for the use of undergraduates in the University of Dublin.

by John Stack

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Published by M"Kenzie in Dublin .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 124 p., 5 folding plates ;
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19765926M

Optics has been our friend all along, so there's no need to be intimidated by it now. In a nutshell, optics is all about reflection, refraction, and transmission of light off, on, and through various mediums. And no, it's nothing like a car transmission. That's another course. We will learn about different types of lenses and how they bend light. It included Appendix B in Chapter 1, Gaussian OTF in Chapter 4, and an extension of the discussion of the short-exposure image in Chapter 5. Additional corrections were made in the e-version of the book in , and the discussion of Zernike circle, annular, and Gauss polynomials was streamlined utilizing an abbreviated notation with emphasis. Introduction to Quantum Optics - Grynberg, Aspect, Fabre: I found this book to be a very good introduction for someone with some background in QM at undergrad level. As the subtitle suggests, the authors first start with the semi-classical description of light-matter interactions before moving on to the fully quantised treatment. Global in vision, the book can also be used as a reference. In addition to the traditional aspects of optics, it includes the tools and methods currently used by researchers and engineers, as well as explanation and implications of the most recent developments.


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