Principles of Physical Optics
January 2008, ©2008
Professor Charles Bennett has been teaching undergraduate optics courses at the University of North Carolina at Asheville for over twenty years. He is also an Adjunct Research and Development Associate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he is a member of the Advanced Lasers, Optics, and Diagnostics Technology Group.
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2. Electromagnetic Waves and Photons
3. Reflection And Refraction
4. Geometric Optics
5.Superposition and Interference
8. Optical Imaging
9. Polarization and Nonlinear Optics
Provides a transition for those students in introductory physics learning basic calculus when entering more senior level classes.
Early chapters provide adequate scaffolding to help students with weaker math backgrounds.
Includes numerous example problems to illustrate both math and physics principles throughout the text.
Both relevant and interesting to students with more advanced preparation.
Houses non-essential topics in appendices or starred sections.
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