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Seventh Edition
By Max Born
By Emil Wolf
With contributions by A. B. Bhatia
With contributions by P. C. Clemmow
With contributions by D. Gabor
With contributions by A. R. Stokes
With contributions by A. M. Taylor
With contributions by P. A. Wayman
With contributions by W. L. Wilcock
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print Publication Year:1999
Online Publication Date:April 2013
Online ISBN:9781139644181
Hardback ISBN:9780521642224
Paperback ISBN:9780521784498
Book DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139644181
Subjects: Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics , Electronic, optoelectronic devices, and nanotechnology
Principles of Optics is one of the classic science books of the twentieth century, and probably the most influential book in optics published in the past forty years. This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated, with new material covering the CAT scan, interference with broad-band light and the so-called Rayleigh-Sommerfeld diffraction theory. This edition also details scattering from inhomogeneous media and presents an account of the principles of diffraction tomography to which Emil Wolf has made a basic contribution. Several new appendices are also included. This new edition will be invaluable to advanced undergraduates, graduate students and researchers working in most areas of optics.
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I - Basic properties of the electromagnetic field: Read PDF
pp. 1-74
II - Electromagnetic potentials and polarization: Read PDF
pp. 75-115
III - Foundations of geometrical optics: Read PDF
pp. 116-141
IV - Geometrical theory of optical imaging: Read PDF
pp. 142-227
V - Geometrical theory of aberrations: Read PDF
pp. 228-260
VI - Image-forming instruments: Read PDF
pp. 261-285
VII - Elements of the theory of interference and interferometers: Read PDF
pp. 286-411
VIII - Elements of the theory of diffraction: Read PDF
pp. 412-516
IX - The diffraction theory of aberrations: Read PDF
pp. 517-553
X - Interference and diffraction with partially coherent light: Read PDF
pp. 554-632
XI - Rigorous diffraction theory: Read PDF
pp. 633-673
XII - Diffraction of light by ultrasonic waves: Read PDF
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XIII - Scattering from inhomogeneous media: Read PDF
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XIV - Optics of metals: Read PDF
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XV - Optics of crystals: Read PDF
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Appendices
I - The Calculus of variations: Read PDF
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II - Light optics, electron optics and wave mechanics: Read PDF
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III - Asymptotic approximations to integrals: Read PDF
pp. 883-891
IV - The Dirac delta function: Read PDF
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V - A mathematical lemma used in the rigorous derivation of the Lorentz-Lorenz formula (§2.4.2): Read PDF
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VI - Propagation of discontinuities in an electromagnetic field (§3.1.1): Read PDF
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VII - The circle polynomials of Zernike (§9.2.1): Read PDF
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VIII - Proof of the inequality |μ12(v| ≤ 1 for the spectral degree of coherence (§10.5): Read PDF
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IX - Proof of a reciprocity inequality (§10.8.3): Read PDF
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X - Evaluation of two integrals (§12.2.2): Read PDF
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XI - Energy conservation in scalar wavefields (§13.3): Read PDF
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XII - Proof of Jones' lemma (§13.3): Read PDF
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