18.0 Secondary Color - Announcement !!! Mid-Term Exam...

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Unformatted text preview: Announcement !!! Mid-Term Exam Design of a Microscope Objective Chapter 20 in the Text Take-Home Exam: Will be assigned on Monday 10/4/10 Due Tuesday 10/13/09 Honor System: Do your own work. No Collaboration! One-half hour class only one week from today: Wednesday October 6, 2010 School Closure due to week-day Football Game! FALL Semester 2010 THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA OSE 6265 18.0 Secondary Color James E. Harvey, Instructor 18.0 18.1 Introduction to Partial Dispersion In Section 17.2 ZEMAX was used to achieve perfect achromatic correction for the thin lens pre-design worked out in Section 16.5.3 This correction was shown in Figure 17.3. It was here that the first mention was made of secondary spectrum . We could see qualitatively what this meant by the bow in the color plot. This chapter will take a more quantitative approach to secondary spectrum. But first we must discuss the concept of partial dispersion in more detail. Figure 18.1 shows the variation in refractive index as a function of wavelength for the two glasses used in the achromat design—BK7 and SF2. Index values at F, d, and C light are indicated....
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