Acad. Press, 1990 - Science - 426 pages
Numerous applications of confocal microscopes include the life sciences, ophthamology, industrial inspection and semiconductor linewidth metrology. Concentrating on the science and applications of confocal microscopy, this book includes all the latest developments in three-dimensional processing techniques.
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Image formation in scanning microscopes
Applications of depth discrimination
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