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Optical instruments.

Andrew Pritchard

Optical instruments.

by Andrew Pritchard

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Published by Baldwin and Cradock in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optics.,
  • Optical instruments.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSociety for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21772651M

    This book illustrates basic practical applications of optical principle. Working models of telescopes, microscopes, photographic lenses, and optical projection systems are diagrammed and explained in full, as are the basic experiments for determining accuracy, power, angular field of view, amount of aberration, and all other necessary facts about the instrument. Book Description. Fundamentals and Basic Optical Instruments includes thirteen chapters providing an introductory guide to the basics of optical engineering, instrumentation, and design. Topics include basic geometric optics, basic wave optics, and basic photon and quantum optics.

    Ray Optics and Optical Instruments this case is to be taken as normal to the tangent to surface at the point of incidence. That is, the normal is along the radius, the line joining the centre of curvature of the mirror to the point of incidence. We have already studied that the geometric centre of a spherical mirror is called its pole whileFile Size: KB. This book covers the following topics: Waves and Photons, The Physics of Waves,The Huygens-Fresnel Principle, Diffraction, Maxwell's Equations, Polarisation, Fermats Principle, Spherical Lenses and Mirrors, Crystal Symmetry and Optical Instruments.

    Entirely updated to cover the latest technology, this second edition gives optical designers and optomechanical engineers a thorough understanding of the principal ways in which optical components--lenses, windows, filters, shells, domes, prisms, and mirrors of all sizes--are mounted in optical instruments. Thorough coverage of theory and applications of optics examines optical glass, light, elements of mirrors, prisms and lenses, construction of instruments, maintenance and more. Discussions include ship telescopes and spyglasses, boresight telescopes, fixed prism gunsight telescopes, magnetic compasses, and many other subjects. Extensive appendixes include a glossary, .


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