1 March 1999 Apochromatic lenses for near-infrared astronomical instruments
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Optical Engineering, 38(3), (1999). doi:10.1117/1.602131
Abstract
A method based on the Herzberger approach has been investigated for the selection of glasses for the apochromatic correction at near-infrared (NIR) wavelength. The method avoids the algebraic complexity and simplifies the glass selection processes. Doublet and triplet glass combinations can be chosen directly from the plot of partial dispersion versus V number. Good combinations of NIR doublets and triplets are given. Design examples show that the method is practical and efficient.
Deqing Ren, Jeremy R. Allington-Smith, "Apochromatic lenses for near-infrared astronomical instruments," Optical Engineering 38(3), (1 March 1999). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.602131
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Glasses

Lenses

Near infrared

Lens design

Chromatic aberrations

Cameras

Zinc

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