A Textbook of Optics is a comprehensive book for undergraduate students of Physics. The book comprises chapters on light, reflection and refraction, optical system and cardinal points, thick lenses, dispersion, optical instruments, resolving power, polarization quantum optics, lasers, and fiber optics. In addition, the book consists of several diagrams and chapterwise questions to understand the complex concepts of optics better. This book is essential for students preparing competitive examinations like GATE and NET.
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• For B Sc Students as Per UGC model Syllabus.
• Though this book is intended primarily for undergraduate students, it is hoped to be useful for a wide variety of readers such as those appearing for competitive examinations and those aiming at obtaining a fair knowledge of the nature and behavior of light, which gives us the direct intimation of God’s subtle splendor.
Publisher: S Chand & Co Ltd
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9788121926119, 9788121926119