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Chapter 19. 0. Optical Instruments. 19 Optical Instruments. Slide 19-2. Slide 19-3. Slide 19-4. Slide 19-5. The Camera. Slide 19-14. Focusing a Camera. Slide 19-15. Digital Cameras. A digital image is made up of millions of pixels. A CCD chip records the digital image. Slide 19-16.

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chapter 19

Chapter 19

0

Optical Instruments

slide6
The Camera

Slide 19-14

slide8
Digital Cameras

A digital image is made up of millions of pixels.

A CCD chip records the digital image.

Slide 19-16

slide9
The Human Eye

Slide 19-17

slide11
Refractive Power

Slide 19-19

slide12
Hyperopia

Slide 19-20

slide13
Myopia

Slide 19-21

slide14
Apparent Size

Slide 19-22

slide15
With a magnifier, the angular size is

The magnification is thus

The Magnifier

Largest angular size without a magnifier is

Slide 19-23

slide16
The Microscope

Slide 19-24

slide17
The Microscope

Slide 19-25

slide18
The Telescope

Slide 19-26

slide20
Rainbows

Slide 19-28

slide21
Lens Aberrations: Spherical Aberration

The Hubble space telescope originally suffered from spherical aberration.

Slide 19-29

slide24
Rayleigh’s Criterion

Two objects are resolvable if their angular separation is greater than

Slide 19-32

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