Active Galactic Nuclei by H. Miller, et. al.,

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The distance from the center of the idealized simple convex lens to the focal plane is known as the FOCAL DISTANCE. ) The IMAGE of our arrow now appears at the focal plane. g. a CCD camera. This is the case for the camera used for ordinary scenic photography. Fig 26. Object at infinity. Image reduced in size. CASE 2 The object is now moved closer to the front of the lens but is still more than two focal lengths in front of the lens. Now, the image is found further behind the lens. It is larger than in case 1 but is still smaller than the object.

Ftube lens is the focal length of the tube lens (180mm for Olympus) and Fobjective is the focal length of the objective (for infinitycorrected systems). A. A. A. 25 microns. 17mm. 19 mm thick. A. PAGE 41 / APPENDICES Appendix 6 A “Bare Bones” List for further reading/study Abramowitz, Mort. “Optics, A Primer” published by Olympus America 1994 Bradbury, Savile “An Introduction to the Optical Microscope” A Royal Microscopical Society Publication 1984 Eastman Kodak Bulletin P2, “Photography Through the Microscope” 1980, written by John Delly Douglas B.

A. 25 microns. 17mm. 19 mm thick. A. PAGE 41 / APPENDICES Appendix 6 A “Bare Bones” List for further reading/study Abramowitz, Mort. “Optics, A Primer” published by Olympus America 1994 Bradbury, Savile “An Introduction to the Optical Microscope” A Royal Microscopical Society Publication 1984 Eastman Kodak Bulletin P2, “Photography Through the Microscope” 1980, written by John Delly Douglas B.

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