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502 F08 Final - OPTI-502 Final Exam In Class Page 1/13 John...

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OPTI-502 Final Exam – In Class John E. Greivenkamp Page 1/13 Fall, 2008 Name_______________________ Closed book; closed notes. The time limit is 2 hours. Equation sheets are attached and can be removed. Spare raytrace forms are also attached. Use the back sides if required. Do not use any pre-stored information or programs in your calculator. Assume thin lenses in air if not specified. If a method of solution is specified in the problem, it must be used. You must show your work and/or method of solution in order to receive credit or partial credit for your answer. Distance Students: Please return the original exam only; do not scan/FAX/email an additional copy. 1) (10 points) The following list identifies six optical glasses by their six-digit glass code. Identify which of these glasses is a crown (K) or a flint (F) by circling the appropriate letter. 552635 K F 664360 K F 589613 K F 548458 K F 517642 K F 606437 K F Which of these two glasses should be used to produce a first-order achromatic doublet with the least excess power? Crown Glass: ___________ Flint Glass: ____________
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OPTI-502 Final Exam – In Class John E. Greivenkamp Page 2/13 Fall, 2008 2) (20 points) During the semester, we have discussed a variety of optical systems, components and concepts. For each of the topics that is listed, provide a brief description and discuss some of the features or properties of this item. (for example, from a design perspective, what does it mean for the performance of the system or the use of the system?). Try to be practical, I am looking for concepts not equations. Limit your answers to the space provided. Legibility does count – I need to be able to read it!
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