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Handbook of Optics, Vol. 2: Devices, Measurements, and Properties, Second Edition

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Title (user) : Handbook of Optics, Vol. 2: Devices, Measurements, and Properties, Second Edition

Title (google) : Handbook of Optics: Fundamentals, techniques, and design

ISBN : 0070479747

DDC : 535

LCC : QC369 .H35 1995

GoogleBook ID : _tQZnQEACAAJ

OpenLibrary ID : OL1094854M

Edition : 2

Authors (user) : Optical Society Of America, Michael Bass

Authors (google) : Laurence D. Barron

Publisher : McGraw-Hill Professional

Language : English

Publication Date : 1994

File Format : pdf

Categories : Electronic books


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Description (user) :
In Volume II,readers will find coverage of: Elements,from the traditional to more recently developed components such as integrated,micro,binary,gradient index,fiber,and x-ray optics; Instruments,from cameras to optical scanners to FLIR systemsl Measurements,including both the theory and the methodology; Optical and physical properties of material.


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Description (google) :
Ranging from the physics of elementary particles to the structure of viruses, the subject matter of this book stresses the importance of optical activity and chirality in modern science and will be of interest to a wide range of scientists. Using classical and quantum methods with a strong emphasis on symmetry principles, the volume develops the theory of varied optical activity and related phenomena from the perspective of molecular scattering of polarized light. First Edition Hb (1983): 0-521-24602-4


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Table of contents :
Cover......Page 1
Title......Page 4
Contents......Page 6
Contributors......Page 17
Preface......Page 19
Glossary and Fundamental Constants......Page 20
Part 1 - Optical Elements......Page 27
1 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 28
1 . 3 BASICS......Page 30
1 . 4 STOPS AND PUPILS......Page 33
1 . 7 COMPOUND MICROSCOPES......Page 34
1 . 9 APLANATIC SURFACES AND IMMERSION LENSES......Page 35
1 . 1 0 SINGLE ELEMENT LENS......Page 36
1 . 1 1 LANDSCAPE LENSES AND THE INFLUENCE OF STOP POSITION......Page 42
1 . 1 2 TWO - LENS SYSTEMS......Page 44
1 . 1 3 ACHROMATIC DOUBLETS......Page 48
1 . 1 4 TRIPLET LENSES......Page 51
1 . 1 5 SYMMETRICAL LENSES......Page 52
1 . 1 6 DOUBLE - GAUSS LENSES......Page 53
1 . 1 8 TELEPHOTO LENSES......Page 54
1 . 2 0 PERFORMANCE OF REPRESENTATIVE LENSES......Page 55
1 . 2 1 RAPID ESTIMATION OF LENS PERFORMANCE......Page 61
1 . 2 2 BIBLIOGRAPHY......Page 66
2 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 67
2 . 3 GAUSSIAN ANALYSIS OF AFOCAL LENSES......Page 68
2 . 4 KEPLERIAN AFOCAL LENSES......Page 73
2 . 5 GALILEAN AND INVERSE GALILEAN AFOCAL LENSES......Page 80
2 . 6 RELAY TRAINS AND PERISCOPES......Page 82
2 . 7 REFLECTING AND CATADIOPTRIC AFOCAL LENSES......Page 85
2 . 8 REFERENCES......Page 88
GLOSSARY......Page 90
PRISM POLARIZERS......Page 91
GLAN - TYPE PRISMS......Page 98
NICOL - TYPE PRISMS......Page 106
POLARIZING BEAM - SPLITTER PRISMS......Page 108
DICHROIC AND DIFFRACTION - TYPE POLARIZERS......Page 115
NON - NORMAL - INCIDENCE REFLECTION AND TRANSMISSION POLARIZERS......Page 125
RETARDATION PLATES......Page 135
VARIABLE RETARDATION PLATES AND COMPENSATORS......Page 146
HALF - SHADE DEVICES......Page 149
MINIATURE POLARIZATION DEVICES......Page 150
REFERENCES......Page 151
4 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 160
4 . 6 PRISM DESCRIPTIONS......Page 161
4 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 186
5 . 3 PRISMS 1 , 2 , 3......Page 187
5 . 4 GRATINGS......Page 189
5 . 5 PRISM AND GRATING CONFIGURATIONS AND INSTRUMENTS......Page 190
5 . 6 REFERENCES......Page 201
6 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 203
6 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 204
6 . 3 DEVICE PHYSICS......Page 205
6 . 4 INTEGRATED OPTICS MATERIALS AND FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY......Page 214
6 . 5 CIRCUIT ELEMENTS......Page 222
6 . 6 APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATED OPTICS......Page 230
6 . 7 FUTURE TRENDS......Page 239
6 . 8 REFERENCES......Page 240
7 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 245
7 . 4 MICRO - OPTICS DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS......Page 246
7 . 5 MOLDED MICROLENSES......Page 249
7 . 6 MONOLITHIC LENSLET MODULES......Page 256
7 . 7 DISTRIBUTED - INDEX PLANAR MICROLENSES......Page 257
7 . 8 SMILE MICROLENSES......Page 260
7 . 9 MICRO - FRESNEL LENSES......Page 262
7 . 1 0 OTHER TECHNOLOGIES......Page 271
7 . 1 1 REFERENCES......Page 275
8 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 279
8 . 3 DESIGN — GEOMETRICAL OPTICS......Page 280
8 . 4 DESIGN — SCALAR DIFFRACTION THEORY......Page 288
8 . 6 FABRICATION......Page 292
8 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 296
9 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 298
9 . 4 MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION......Page 299
9 . 5 AXIAL GRADIENT LENSES......Page 300
9 . 6 RADIAL GRADIENTS......Page 302
9 . 8 SHALLOW RADIAL GRADIENTS......Page 304
9 . 9 MATERIALS......Page 305
9 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 306
1 0 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 308
1 0 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 310
1 0 . 3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION......Page 311
1 0 . 4 FIBER DISPERSION AND ATTENUATION......Page 315
1 0 . 5 POLARIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF FIBERS......Page 318
1 0 . 6 OPTICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FIBERS......Page 319
1 0 . 7 OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATIONS......Page 326
1 0 . 8 NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF FIBERS......Page 344
1 0 . 9 OPTICAL FIBER MATERIALS : CHEMISTRY AND FABRICATION......Page 349
1 0 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 353
1 0 . 1 1 FURTHER READING......Page 356
1 1 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 358
1 1 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 359
1 1 . 3 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND......Page 360
1 1 . 4 OPTICAL PERFORMANCE OF X - RAY / EUV IMAGING SYSTEMS......Page 363
1 1 . 5 DIFFRACTION EFFECTS OF GRAZING INCIDENCE X - RAY OPTICS......Page 365
1 1 . 6 GHOST IMAGES IN GRAZING INCIDENCE X - RAY TELESCOPES......Page 371
1 1 . 7 SCATTERING EFFECTS FROM OPTICAL FABRICATION ERRORS......Page 373
1 1 . 8 IMAGE QUALITY PREDICTIONS FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS......Page 382
1 1 . 9 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS......Page 386
1 1 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 387
1 2 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 392
1 2 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 393
1 2 . 3 THEORY OF ACOUSTO - OPTIC INTERACTION......Page 394
1 2 . 4 ACOUSTO - OPTIC MATERIALS......Page 405
1 2 . 5 BASIC ACOUSTO - OPTIC DEVICES......Page 410
1 2 . 6 APPLICATIONS......Page 425
1 2 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 440
1 3 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 446
1 3 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 448
1 3 . 3 CRYSTAL OPTICS AND THE INDEX ELLIPSOID......Page 449
1 3 . 4 THE ELECTRO - OPTIC EFFECT......Page 451
1 3 . 5 MODULATOR DEVICES......Page 460
1 3 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 478
1 4 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 481
1 4 . 3 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THERMOTROPIC LIQUID CRYSTALS......Page 482
1 4 . 4 PHYSICAL MECHANISMS FOR MODULATING LIGHT......Page 490
1 4 . 5 ELECTRO - OPTICS OF NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTALS......Page 492
1 4 . 6 ELECTRO - OPTICS OF POLYMER - DISPERSED LIQUID CRYSTALS......Page 497
1 4 . 7 ELECTRO - OPTICS OF FERROELECTRIC LIQUID CRYSTALS......Page 499
1 4 . 8 CONCLUSION......Page 503
1 4 . 9 REFERENCES......Page 504
Part 2 - Optical Instruments......Page 507
1 5 . 2 BACKGROUND......Page 508
1 5 . 3 PROPERTIES OF THE FINAL IMAGE......Page 509
1 5 . 5 RESOLVING FINE DETAIL......Page 510
1 5 . 7 DISPLAY......Page 511
1 5 . 9 VIDEO CAMERAS......Page 512
1 5 . 1 1 CRITICAL FEATURES......Page 513
1 5 . 1 2 TIME LAG......Page 514
1 5 . 1 3 AUTOMATION......Page 515
1 5 . 1 4 FLASH......Page 521
1 5 . 1 5 FLEXIBILITY THROUGH FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES......Page 522
1 5 . 1 6 ADVANTAGES OF VARIOUS FORMATS......Page 523
1 5 . 1 7 LARGE FORMAT : A DIFFERENT WORLD......Page 524
1 5 . 1 8 SPECIAL CAMERAS......Page 526
1 5 . 1 9 FURTHER READING......Page 533
1 6 . 2 IMPOSED DESIGN LIMITATIONS......Page 534
1 6 . 3 MODERN LENS TYPES......Page 535
1 6 . 4 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM......Page 553
1 6 . 5 LENS PERFORMANCE DATA......Page 558
1 6 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 559
1 7 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 560
1 7 . 3 GENERAL OPTICAL CONSIDERATIONS......Page 563
1 7 . 4 MICROSCOPE LENSES , ABERRATIONS......Page 571
1 7 . 5 CONTRAST GENERATION......Page 581
1 7 . 6 ILLUMINATION AND IMAGING MODES......Page 596
1 7 . 7 OPTICAL MANIPULATION OF SPECIMEN WITH THE LIGHT MICROSCOPE......Page 606
1 7 . 8 MECHANICAL STANDARDS......Page 607
1 7 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 608
1 8 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 612
1 8 . 4 INTRODUCTION TO CATADIOPTRIC AND REFLECTIVE OBJECTIVES......Page 613
1 8 . 5 FIELD - OF - VIEW PLOTS......Page 649
1 8 . 6 DEFINITIONS......Page 651
1 8 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 653
1 9 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 657
1 9 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 658
1 9 . 3 SCANNED RESOLUTION......Page 663
1 9 . 4 SCANNERS FOR REMOTE SENSING......Page 671
1 9 . 5 SCANNING FOR INPUT / OUTPUT IMAGING......Page 682
1 9 . 6 SCANNER DEVICES AND TECHNIQUES......Page 690
1 9 . 7 SCAN - ERROR REDUCTION......Page 707
1 9 . 8 REFERENCES......Page 710
1 9 . 9 FURTHER READING......Page 712
2 0 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 714
2 0 . 3 OPTICAL ABSORPTION SPECTROMETERS......Page 715
2 0 . 4 LUMINESCENCE SPECTROMETERS......Page 718
2 0 . 5 PHOTOLUMINESCENCE DECAY TIME......Page 725
2 0 . 6 POLARIZATION SPECTROMETERS......Page 728
2 0 . 7 HIGH - RESOLUTION TECHNIQUES......Page 736
2 0 . 8 LIGHT SCATTERING......Page 743
2 0 . 9 REFERENCES......Page 745
2 1 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 746
2 1 . 3 BASIC TYPES OF INTERFEROMETERS......Page 747
2 1 . 4 THREE - BEAM AND DOUBLE - PASSED TWO - BEAM INTERFEROMETERS......Page 752
2 1 . 5 FRINGE - COUNTING INTERFEROMETERS......Page 755
2 1 . 7 FREQUENCY - MODULATION INTERFEROMETERS......Page 756
2 1 . 8 HETERODYNE INTERFEROMETERS......Page 757
2 1 . 9 PHASE - SHIFTING INTERFEROMETERS......Page 758
2 1 . 1 0 PHASE - LOCKED INTERFEROMETERS......Page 759
2 1 . 1 1 LASER - DOPPLER INTERFEROMETERS......Page 760
2 1 . 1 2 LASER - FEEDBACK INTERFEROMETERS......Page 761
2 1 . 1 3 FIBER INTERFEROMETERS......Page 762
2 1 . 1 4 INTERFEROMETRIC WAVE METERS......Page 764
2 1 . 1 5 SECOND - HARMONIC AND PHASE - CONJUGATE INTERFEROMETERS......Page 766
2 1 . 1 7 MICHELSON ’ S STELLAR INTERFEROMETER......Page 767
2 1 . 1 8 GRAVITATIONAL - WAVE INTERFEROMETERS......Page 768
2 1 . 1 9 REFERENCES......Page 770
2 2 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 774
2 2 . 4 LIGHT - MEASURING AND SAMPLE - MEASURING POLARIMETERS......Page 776
2 2 . 7 POLARIZATION GENERATORS AND ANALYZERS......Page 777
2 2 . 1 1 DIVISION OF APERTURE......Page 778
2 2 . 1 3 DEFINITIONS......Page 779
2 2 . 1 5 PHENOMENOLOGICAL DEFINITION OF THE STOKES VECTOR......Page 781
2 2 . 1 6 POLARIZATION PROPERTIES OF LIGHT BEAMS......Page 782
2 2 . 1 7 MUELLER MATRICES......Page 783
2 2 . 1 8 COORDINATE SYSTEM FOR THE MUELLER MATRIX......Page 785
2 2 . 1 9 ELLIPTICAL AND CIRCULAR POLARIZERS AND ANALYZERS......Page 786
2 2 . 2 0 LIGHT - MEASURING POLARIMETERS......Page 787
2 2 . 2 1 SAMPLE - MEASURING POLARIMETERS FOR MEASURING MUELLER MATRIX ELEMENTS......Page 789
2 2 . 2 2 POLARIMETRIC MEASUREMENT EQUATION AND POLARIMETRIC DATA REDUCTION EQUATION......Page 790
2 2 . 2 3 DUAL ROTATING RETARDER POLARIMETER......Page 792
2 2 . 2 5 DUAL ROTATING POLARIZER POLARIMETER......Page 793
2 2 . 2 6 NONIDEAL POLARIZATION ELEMENTS......Page 795
2 2 . 2 8 COMMON DEFECTS OF POLARIZATION ELEMENT......Page 796
2 2 . 2 9 THE MUELLER MATRIX FOR POLARIZATION COMPONENT CHARACTERIZATION......Page 798
2 2 . 3 0 APPLICATIONS OF POLARIMETRY......Page 799
2 2 . 3 2 DIATTENUATION AND POLARIZATION SENSITIVITY......Page 801
2 2 . 3 3 POLARIZANCE......Page 802
2 2 . 3 5 DEPOLARIZATION......Page 803
2 2 . 3 6 NONDEPOLARIZING MUELLER MATRICES AND JONES MATRICES......Page 804
2 2 . 3 7 HOMOGENEOUS AND INHOMOGENEOUS POLARIZATION ELEMENTS......Page 805
2 2 . 3 8 REFERENCES......Page 806
2 3 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 811
2 3 . 3 BACKGROUND AND BASIC PRINCIPLES......Page 812
2 3 . 4 HOLOGRAPHIC INTERFEROMETRY......Page 815
2 3 . 5 HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL ELEMENTS......Page 822
2 3 . 6 HOLOGRAPHIC INSPECTION......Page 827
2 3 . 7 HOLOGRAPHIC LITHOGRAPHY......Page 832
2 3 . 8 HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORY......Page 835
2 3 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 836
Part 3 - Optical Measurements......Page 842
2 4 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 843
2 4 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 846
2 4 . 3 RADIOMETRIC DEFINITIONS AND BASIC CONCEPTS......Page 848
2 4 . 4 RADIANT TRANSFER APPROXIMATIONS......Page 855
2 4 . 5 ABSOLUTE MEASUREMENTS......Page 862
2 4 . 6 PHOTOMETRY......Page 880
2 4 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 888
2 5 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 892
2 5 . 2 INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY......Page 893
2 5 . 3 TRANSMITTANCE......Page 894
2 5 . 5 REFLECTANCE......Page 895
2 5 . 6 EMITTANCE......Page 898
2 5 . 9 MEASUREMENT OF TRANSMITTANCE......Page 899
2 5 . 1 1 MEASUREMENT OF REFLECTANCE......Page 902
2 5 . 1 2 MEASUREMENT OF EMITTANCE......Page 907
2 5 . 1 3 REFERENCES......Page 909
2 5 . 1 4 FURTHER READING......Page 916
2 6 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 917
2 6 . 3 DEFINITIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS......Page 918
2 6 . 4 INSTRUMENT CONFIGURATIONS AND COMPONENT DESCRIPTIONS......Page 921
2 6 . 5 INSTRUMENTATION ISSUES......Page 925
2 6 . 6 MEASUREMENT ISSUES......Page 927
2 6 . 7 INCIDENT POWER MEASUREMENT, SYSTEM CALIBRATION, AND ERROR ANALYSIS......Page 929
2 6 . 9 REFERENCES......Page 930
2 7 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 933
2 7 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 934
2 7 . 3 CONVENTIONS......Page 935
2 7 . 4 MODELING AND INVERSION......Page 936
2 7 . 6 INSTRUMENTATION......Page 942
2 7 . 7 JONES - MATRIX GENERALIZED ELLIPSOMETRY......Page 951
2 7 . 8 MUELLER - MATRIX GENERALIZED ELLIPSOMETRY......Page 952
2 7 . 1 0 REFERENCES......Page 954
2 8 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 960
2 8 . 3 OPTICAL ABSORPTION MEASUREMENTS OF ENERGY LEVELS......Page 961
2 8 . 4 THE HOMOGENEOUS LINESHAPE OF SPECTRA......Page 973
2 8 . 5 ABSORPTION , PHOTOLUMINESCENCE , AND RADIATIVE DECAY MEASUREMENTS......Page 979
2 8 . 6 REFERENCES......Page 985
2 9 . 2 INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITIONS......Page 987
2 9 . 3 LENGTH AND STRAIGHTNESS MEASUREMENTS......Page 989
2 9 . 4 ANGLE MEASUREMENTS......Page 998
2 9 . 5 CURVATURE AND FOCAL LENGTH MEASUREMENTS......Page 1006
2 9 . 6 VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS......Page 1013
2 9 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 1015
3 0 . 3 CLASSICAL NONINTERFEROMETRIC TESTS......Page 1018
3 0 . 4 INTERFEROMETRIC TESTS......Page 1023
3 0 . 5 INCREASING THE SENSITIVITY OF INTERFEROMETERS......Page 1025
3 0 . 6 INTERFEROGRAM EVALUATION......Page 1029
3 0 . 7 PHASE - SHIFTING INTERFEROMETRY......Page 1033
3 0 . 8 MEASURING ASPHERICAL WAVEFRONTS......Page 1039
3 0 . 9 REFERENCES......Page 1042
3 1 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 1044
3 1 . 3 TYPES OF CGHs......Page 1045
3 1 . 4 PLOTTING CGHs......Page 1046
3 1 . 5 INTERFEROMETERS USING COMPUTER - GENERATED HOLOGRAMS......Page 1049
3 1 . 6 ACCURACY LIMITATIONS......Page 1050
3 1 . 7 EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS......Page 1051
3 1 . 8 REFERENCES......Page 1053
3 2 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1055
3 2 . 3 DEFINITIONS......Page 1056
3 2 . 4 MTF CALCULATIONS......Page 1058
3 2 . 5 MTF MEASUREMENTS......Page 1061
3 2 . 6 REFERENCES......Page 1063
Part 4 - Optical and Physical Properties of Materials......Page 1065
3 3 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 1066
3 3 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1068
3 3 . 3 OPTICAL MATERIALS......Page 1069
3 3 . 4 PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS......Page 1070
3 3 . 5 PROPERTIES TABLES......Page 1101
3 3 . 6 REFERENCES......Page 1147
3 4 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1165
3 4 . 4 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES......Page 1166
3 4 . 5 OPTICAL PROPERTIES......Page 1170
3 4 . 6 OPTICAL DESIGN......Page 1172
3 4 . 7 PROCESSING......Page 1176
3 4 . 8 COATINGS......Page 1183
3 4 . 9 REFERENCES......Page 1184
3 5 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 1186
3 5 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1188
3 5 . 3 SUMMARY DATA......Page 1197
3 5 . 4 REFERENCES......Page 1259
3 6 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 1264
3 6 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1266
3 6 . 3 OPTICAL PROPERTIES......Page 1271
3 6 . 4 MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES......Page 1322
3 6 . 6 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS......Page 1345
3 6 . 7 REFERENCES......Page 1355
3 7 . 1 INTRODUCTION......Page 1360
3 7 . 2 SELECTION PROCESS FOR BLACK BAFFLE SURFACES IN OPTICAL SYSTEMS......Page 1371
3 7 . 3 THE CREATION OF BLACK SURFACES FOR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS......Page 1374
3 7 . 4 ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION OF BLACK SURFACES......Page 1377
3 7 . 5 OPTICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BLACK SURFACES......Page 1380
3 7 . 6 SURFACES FOR ULTRAVIOLET AND FAR - INFRARED APPLICATIONS......Page 1382
3 7 . 7 SURVEY OF SURFACES WITH OPTICAL DATA......Page 1388
3 7 . 8 PAINTS......Page 1389
3 7 . 1 1 REFERENCES......Page 1422
Part 5 - Nonlinear and Photorefractive Optics......Page 1430
3 8 . 1 GLOSSARY......Page 1431
3 8 . 2 INTRODUCTION......Page 1432
3 8 . 3 BASIC CONCEPTS......Page 1434
3 8 . 4 MATERIAL CONSIDERATIONS......Page 1448
3 8 . 5 APPENDIX......Page 1451
3 8 . 6 REFERENCES......Page 1453
3 9 . 1 INTRODUCTION......Page 1455
3 9 . 2 MATERIALS......Page 1465
3 9 . 3 DEVICES......Page 1479
3 9 . 4 REFERENCES......Page 1489
3 9 . 5 FURTHER READING......Page 1496

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