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Dispersion (optics)
Dispersion (optics) Dispersion of a light beam in a prism. In optics, dispersion is a phenomenon that causes the ...
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Dispersion (optics)   (translated from Russian)
Dispersion (optics) Dispe?rsiya of sve?ta (scattering sveta ... optical instrument. As a result of the dispersion of light it is formed spektr - iridescent ... beams with different is the reason for dispersion dlinoy wave in to the optical medium ... ektivakh of the distortions, connected with the dispersion, are brought to the minimum. Dispersion ...
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Dispersion (optics)   (translated from Portuguese)
Dispersion (optics) This article meets partially in foreign language. Definition: In the optics, dispersion is the fenómeno that cause the separation ... has two types of source of material dispersion (influences for the density of the ...
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Talk:Dispersion (optics)
Talk:Dispersion (optics) Group velocity formula I recently added what ... true, only in the case of low dispersion. I though this came from the definition ... equations like this (or in most of optics for that matter) λ means the vacuum ... can be extended to systems with material dispersion (using the proper definition of energy ...
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Dispersion
Dispersion Dispersion can mean any of several things: A ... wave into components of varying frequency. See dispersion (optics) and dispersion (water waves). When dealing with optical ...
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Optics
Optics "Optical" redirects here. For the musical artist ... Optical (artist). This is a Root page. Optics (appearance or look in ancient Greek) is ... and the interaction of light with matter. Optics explains and is illuminated by optical phenomena. The field of optics usually describes the behavior of visible, infrared ... waves, and other forms of electromagnetic radiation. Optics can thus be regarded as a ...
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Optics   (translated from German)
Optics Optics (griech. optike "theory of the visible one ... Many regularities and methods of the classical optics apply however also outside of the range ... a transmission of the realizations to the optics on other spectral regions (z.B. Roentgen optics), or in completely different kinds of ...
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Optics   (translated from Japanese)
Optics physics ウィキポータル physics Request for writing・Request for revision Category Physics - (Picture) ウィキプロジェクト physics Optics(Like this the く), light , physics . As ... as for that kind of territory of optics quantum mechanics . But, the field, optics is handled leaving with the field of mostly physics largely. Optics individual autonomy, the group, has academic ...
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Nonlinear optics   (translated from Japanese)
Nonlinear optics It is strong very light substance operates ... in the laser itself and the nonlinear optics effect carries out essential role, the quality ... was most quickly observed in the nonlinear optics effect, 2 times (second harmonic generation SHG ... to the frequency of incident light. Induction dispersion and coherent dispersion InductionRaman scatteringCoherent Raman scattering, induced Brillouin ...
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Lens (optics)
Lens (optics) A lens. A lens is a device ... aberration Chromatic aberration is caused by the dispersion of the lens material, the variation of ... achromat) in which two materials with differing dispersion are bonded together to form a single ... lens References General Eugene Hecht. Chapter 5, Optics, 2nd ed. (1990), Addison Wesley. ISBN 0 ...
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