## Problems in OpticsThis collection of problems and accompanying solutions provide the reader with a full introduction to physical optics. The subject coverage is fairly traditional, with chapters on interference and diffraction, and there is a general emphasis on spectroscopy. |

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### Contents

INTERFERENCE | 1 |

Youngs Experiment Achromatic Fringes | 12 |

Fourier Spectroscopy | 15 |

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