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Introduction to Optics
Pedrotti et al.
9 781292 022567
Third Edition
ISBN 978-1-29202-256-7
Introduction to Optics
Frank L. Pedrotti
Leno M. Pedrotti Leno S. Pedrotti
Third Edition
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Introduction to Optics: Pearson New
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Table of Contents
Cover
Table of Contents
1. Nature of Light
2. Geometrical Optics
3. Optical Instrumentation
4. Properties of Lasers
5. Wave Equations
6. Superposition of Waves
7. Interference of Light
8. Optical Interferometry
9. Coherence
10. Fiber Optics
11. Fraunhofer Diffraction
12. The Diffraction Grating
13. Fresnel Diffraction
14. Matrix Treatment of Polarization
15. Production of Polarized Light
16. Holography
17. Optical Detectors and Displays
18. Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics
19. Optics of the Eye
20. Aberration Theory
21. Fourier Optics
22. Theory of Multilayer Films
23. Fresnel Equations
24. Nonlinear Optics and the Modulation of Light
25. Optical Properties of Materials
26. Laser Operation
27. Characteristics of Laser Beams
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