Optical Propagation in Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and Water (Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory Series i) Michael E. Thomas

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Published: August 11th 2006

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584 pages


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Optical Propagation in Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and Water (Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory Series i)  by  Michael E. Thomas

Optical Propagation in Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and Water (Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory Series i) by Michael E. Thomas
August 11th 2006 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 584 pages | ISBN: | 6.50 Mb

A typical optical system is composed of three basic components: a source, a detector, and a medium in which the optical energy propagates. Many textbooks cover sources and detectors, but very few cover propagation in a comprehensive way, incorporating the latest progress in theory and experiment concerning the propagating medium. This book fulfills that need.

It is the first comprehensive and self-contained book on this topic. It is useful reference book for researchers, and a textbook for courses like Laser Light Propagation, Solid State Optics, and Optical Propagation in the Atmosphere.



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