Logo

Unified Physics: Optics by R.F. Davidson, R.W. Tinnell

Large book cover: Unified Physics: Optics

Unified Physics: Optics
by

Publisher: Delmar Publishers
ISBN/ASIN: B001R10LXC
Number of pages: 156

Description:
These materials are intended to introduce both basic geometric optics and the laser. The student using these materials should have a working knowledge of technical mathematics including algebra and trigonometry. The materials are presented in an action-oriented format combining many of the features normally found in a textbook with those usually associated with a laboratory manual.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(multiple formats)

Similar books

Book cover: General and Practical OpticsGeneral and Practical Optics
by - School of Optics
Although primarily intended as a textbook, it is written also as a reference book for those engaged in spectacle work, for other students of Optics, and as an introduction to the study of more advanced works. Published in 1920.
(4845 views)
Book cover: Plasmonic MetamaterialsPlasmonic Metamaterials
by - arXiv
Metamaterials, artificially structured composite materials with subwavelength unit cells, exhibit exotic properties not easily obtainable in nature. This review presents the fundamentals, recent advances and future perspectives in the emerging field.
(5061 views)
Book cover: Photonic Design: From Fundamental Solar Cell Physics to Computational Inverse DesignPhotonic Design: From Fundamental Solar Cell Physics to Computational Inverse Design
by - arXiv
This work unites fundamental physics and a novel computational inverse design approach towards energy-efficient photonic and optoelectronic devices. The book is devoted to solar cells and inverse design as a new computational paradigm in photonics.
(2909 views)
Book cover: Classical and Modern OpticsClassical and Modern Optics
by - University of Oregon
Notes for an optics course at the advanced undergraduate level. Topics covered: Ray Optics; Electromagnetic Theory; Interference; Gaussian Beams; Fabry-Perot Cavities; Polarization; Fresnel Relations; Thin Films; Fourier Optics; etc.
(7916 views)