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Propagation in an Anisotropic Medium Using Huygens's Principle
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Comparing the Cook-Torrance BRDF Model with Diffuse Reflection Simulation
Lorentz Oscillator Model for Optical Constants
Geometry of Gregorian Telescope
Ray Diagrams for Microscope and Telescope
Defects in an Optical Fiber
Intensity Profiles for Newton's Rings
Fraunhofer Diffraction at Multiple Slits
Open and Closed Kaleidoscopes
Flexing a Polyhedral Periscope
Measuring Distance and Orientation Using Camera and Lasers
Fresnel Diffraction at a Single Slit
Fraunhofer Diffraction at a Single Slit
Ray Diagrams for Lenses
Fabry-Pérot Interferometer and Rings
Michelson Interferometer with Equally Spaced Fringes
Michelson Interferometer and Haidinger Fringes
Simple Schlieren Apparatus
Spherical Lens Aberration
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