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Classical and Modern Optics
Wave-Particle Duality
Sources and Detectors
Geometrical Optics and Imaging
Reflection and Refraction
Index of refraction,
optical path length
and
reduced distance
.
Laws of
reflection and refraction
Snell's law and
reduced distance
.
Total Internal Reflection and the
critical angle
Reflecting
Prisms
Dispersion of Light
by a Prism
Wavelength Dependence of
index of refraction
Derivation of the
prism equation
Thin Lenses
Definition:
Vergence
Modification of
Vergence
by refracting surface
Definition of the
focal points
of a surface
Sign
convention
Gauss's
formula
Types of
lenses
Determining Location and nature of images
Variation of image point with object point
ray
tracing
Real Images
Virtual Images
lens maker's equation; thin lens equation; newton's
lens equation
Transverse
magnification
Transverse magnification by a
single surface
Axial
magnification
foreshortening
Examples
Ex:
Simple application of the
lens equations
Ex:
focal length of a
plano-convex
lens
Ex:
focal length of a
plano-concave
lens
Ex:
Minimum distance between object and real image for
convex lens
Ex:
macro lens on a camera
Ex:
a magnifying glass
Ex:
lenses in combination
Thick Lenses
Determination of
principal plane
by ray tracing
Definition of
principal planes
Principal planes can reside
outside
the lens
A thick lens is equivalent to
two thin lenses separated by distance d
Deriving equivalent power equation
Change of
vergence equation
Definition of
front and back vertex focal lengths
Examples
Ex:
find the second principal plane
Ex:
find the principal planes
Ex:
find the principal planes II
Ex:
afocal combination
Mirrors
location, magnification and nature of images formed by plane mirrors
Ex:
two plane mirrors
mirror images
Deviation of reflected ray by multiple reflection
corner cube retroreflector
location, magnification of images formed by spherical mirrors
ray tracing
Ex:
convex mirror
Ex:
concave mirror
Ex:
plane and concave mirror
Aspherical mirrors
parabolic mirror
ellipsoidal mirror
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Aberrations
monochromatic aberrations
spherical aberration
ray diagram
solutions: high index, gradient index lens, aspherics,
bending
,doublet
coma
negative coma
positive coma
solutions: bending, spaced doublet with central
aperture stop
astigmatism
ray diagram
field curvature
ray diagram
distortion
types of distortion
barrel distortion
pincushion distortion
chromatic aberration
ray diagram
solutions:
dichromat
or achromatic doublet
Stops and Pupils
two kinds of
stops
aperture stop
limits light reaching image plane
What is the aperture stop depends on
object position
f-number
adjustable leaf
diaphragms
can
vary f-number
f-number and speed
depth of field
depth of field II
control of
depth of field
via
f-number
understanding depth of field I
understanding depth of field II
entrance and exit pupils
definitions
rear aperture stop
front aperture stop
aperture stop
between lenses
Wave Optics
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