1 February 1996 Conic constant determination using axial intensity scans
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Optical Engineering, 35(2), (1996). doi:10.1117/1.600901
Abstract
Axial intensity scans provide a noninterferometric method for measuring aberration content of a focused beam. Applications of the technique include the determination of the conic constant of aspheric mirrors (without the need for a null lens).
Qian Gong, Joseph M. Geary, "Conic constant determination using axial intensity scans," Optical Engineering 35(2), (1 February 1996). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.600901
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Monochromatic aberrations

Mirrors

Aspheric lenses

Objectives

Aspheric optics

Microscopes

Optical engineering

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