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Geometrical investigation of the formation of images in optical instruments.

Louis Otto Moritz von Rohr

Geometrical investigation of the formation of images in optical instruments.

by Louis Otto Moritz von Rohr

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Published by HMSO .
Written in English


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von Rohr. The book was translated into English: Geometrical Investigation of the Formation of Images in Optical Instruments, London: H. Stationery Office; In he published a retrospective, "The First Jena Catalogue of Optical Glasses Published in ", in Supplement to "Current Science", which is available online.

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Von (Moritz), Geometrical investigation of the formation of images in optical instruments / ed. [and partly written] by M. von Rohr Rohr, M. von (Moritz), [ Book: ] Languages: English;German, [1. The book was translated into English: Geometrical Investigation of the Formation of Images in Optical Instruments, London: H.

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Rose has at last completed his book on electron optics, due out early in [37]. More Author: Harald Rose. Student understanding of the real images produced by converging lenses and concave mirrors was investigated both before and after instruction in geometrical optics.

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Cauchy extended these laws so as to cover the case of metallic reflection by introducing another constant which he calls the co-efficient of extinction. These images are of unusual patterns different from the Airy-type ones formed by an ordinary optical system, and the patterns are strongly dependent upon the illumination conditions of the source.

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This chapter illustrates geometrical optics, a knowledge of which is needed to analyze an extremely wide range of instruments: cathode-ray tubes; the family of electron microscopes, which now includes the fixed-beam and scanning transmission instruments, the scanning electron microscope and the emission microscope; electron spectrometers and mass spectrographs if one.