Thoroughly updated and revised, the eleventh edition of this definitive, best selling textbook covers the principles of ophthalmic optics for all students and practitioners of optometry, ophthalmology and vision science. It will also be valuable to scientists and engineers who have become newly involved in optical systems. Totally updated and redesigned for the modern student and practitioner, this classic text still remains a cornerstone text book for all those needing a firm foundation in ophthalmic optics. Book jacket.
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Preface to the tenth edition Preface to the first edition 1 The basics of light and optical surfaces
Reflection and refraction at plane surfaces
Refraction and reflection at spherical surfaces
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achromatic achromatic doublet amplitude angle of incidence aperture stop approximation aspheric astigmatism beam calculated camera centre Chapter collimated colour coma conjugates curve described in Section deviation diagram diameter diffraction dioptres direction distance distant object doublet effect entrance pupil equal Equation equivalent focal length exit pupil eye ring eyepiece field of view film filters fringes give given glass grating illumination image formed incident light infinity intensity intermediate image lamp laser lens system lenses luminance magnification material measured method microscope mirror normal object and image obtained off-axis optic axis parallel paraxial paraxial approximation phase difference plate polarized positive lens principal plane principal ray prism reflection refracting surface refractive index rotated screen second principal focus seen shown in Figure shows simple harmonic motion slit spatial frequency spherical aberration spherical surface telescope thick lens thin lens thin lens pair transmitted vergence wavefront wavelength zero zones