Optical Propagation In Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and Water by Michael E. ThomasOptical Propagation In Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and Water by Michael E. Thomas

Optical Propagation In Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and…

byMichael E. Thomas

Hardcover | April 26, 2007

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A typical optical system is composed of three basic components: a source, a detector, and a medium in which the optical energy propagates. Many textbooks cover sources and detectors, but very few cover propagation in a comprehensive way, incorporating the latest progress in theory andexperiment concerning the propagating medium. This book fulfills that need. It is the first comprehensive and self-contained book on this topic. It is useful reference book for researchers, and a textbook for courses like Laser Light Propagation, Solid State Optics, and Optical Propagation in theAtmosphere.
Michael E. Thomas is at Johns Hopkins University.
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Title:Optical Propagation In Linear Media: Atmospheric Gases and Particles, Solid-State Components, and…Format:HardcoverDimensions:584 pages, 6.3 × 9.29 × 1.18 inPublished:April 26, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195091612

ISBN - 13:9780195091618

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PART I: Background Theory and Measurement1. Optical Electromagnetics I2. Optical Electromagnetics II3. Spectroscopy of Matter4. Electrodynamics I: Macroscopic Interaction of Light and Matter5. Electrodynamics II: Microscopic Interaction of Light and Matter6. Experimental TechniquesPART II: Practical Models for Various Media7. Optical Propagation in Gases and the Atmosphere of the Earth8. Optical Propagation in Solids9. Optical Propagation in Liquids10. Particle Absorption and Scatter11. Propagation Background and Noise