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By Daniel Malacara-Hernández, Zacarías Malacara-Hernández
Info the elements of complicated photographic lenses, astronomical telescopes, visible and afocal platforms and terrestrial telescopes, and lens layout optimization. Discusses geometrical optics ideas, skinny lenses and round mirrors, round aberration, and diffraction in optical platforms.
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It is positive if this image is to the right of the vertex, and negative if it is to the left. This rule is valid for the light traveling from left to right, as well as for light traveling from right to left. 5. Thickness t: Positive when the next surface in the optical system lies to the right of the optical surface being considered and negative if it lies to the left of it. 6. Ray height Y: It is positive if the ray crosses the optical surface above the optical axis and negative otherwise. 7.
6 Image formation with a thin convergent lens. 6 shows the three types of images that may be formed with convergent lenses. The image formation with convergent lenses may be studied by plotting in a diagram the values given by Eq. 13), as in Fig. 7. © 2004 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. 7 Diagram for image formation with convergent lenses. 8 Image formation with thin divergent lenses. As we see, it is not possible with a convergent lens to form virtual images with virtual objects. We may notice that when moving the object, near the focus f1, there is a singularity.
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