A Textbook Of Optics

A Textbook Of Optics

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Publisher SChand Publications All B.Sc. - Bachelor of Science books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121926119
Author: N. Subrahmanyam, Brij Lal, M. N. Avadhanulu
Number of Pages 753
Edition First Edition
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A Textbook Of Optics by N. Subrahmanyam, Brij Lal, M. N. Avadhanulu
Book Summary:

This book provides an introduction to optics and is mainly intended for undergraduate students of science and engineering. This book aims to provide the necessary foundation in optics which prepares the student for an intensive study of advanced topics in optics at a later stage. Much of optics requires a good knowledge of mathematics. The traditional approach appears to stress on the derivations, with a lesser attention paid to the physical concepts. As a result, the student feels the subject to be insipid, disconnected and far from inspiring. An attempt is made in this book to balance the requirements of students taking a course in physics and at the same time to make the subject interesting to them.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Sc. Students.
Table of Content:

1. Light

2. Fermat’s Principle and its Applications

3. Reflection and Refraction

4. Lenses

5. Optical System and Cardinal Points

6. Thick Lenses

7. Matrix Methods

8. Dispersion

9. Lens Aberrations

10. Optical Instruments

11. Velocity of Light

12. Waves and Wave Packets

13. Propagation of Light Waves

14. Interference

15. Interference in Thin Films

16. Coherence

17. Fresnel Diffraction

18. Fraunhoffer Diffraction

19. Resolving Power

20. Polarization

21. Mechanism of Light Emission

22. Lasers

23. Holography

24. Fibre Optics

25. Non-linear Optics

26. Atom Laser