UNDERSTANDING THE LIGHT MICROSCOPE:
A Computer-Aided Introduction
by D. J. Goldstein
1999, 192 pages, drawingswgs., tables, charts. Presents principles and practices of light microscopy, and covers simple ray optics, lenses and lens aberrations, polarized light, and influence of diffraction on imaging. Includes CD-ROM compatible with text, utilizing four programs: 1) the Zernike Program, 2) the Kohler program, 3) the Nicol program, and 4) the Snellius program. Text and programs assume users familiarity with elementary geometric optics. Book can be read alone, but appreciation of its contents is enhanced when used in conjunction with CD-ROM and a microscope readily at hand. Paperback; 6 x 9″.
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