Handbook of Optics, Volume 4
McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 27, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 832 pages
A new volume in the field's bestselling optics reference--an entirely new opus focusing exclusively on fiber-optics. Contains an ultra-handy, comprehensive index to all four Handbook of Optics volumes.
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