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The angular aperture of a lens is the apparent angle of the lens aperture as seen from the focal point: where is the focal length is the diameter of the aperture.
- also known as 孔徑角
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Electronic Materials (1991)
From Silicon to Organics by L. S. Miller, J. B. Mullin
A similar analysis for type II phase matching shows that with comparable parameters the angular aperture is a factor of 2 greater. So far in our treatment of phase matching we have considered only the wave normal direction of the waves in the ...
The Genesis of Live Cell Imaging by Barry R. Masters
Summary • Abbe made two theoretical breakthroughs: first, the influence of angular aperture is a result of the diffraction of light caused by the specimens, and second, the so-called Abbe sine condition. • Abbe defined the numerical ...
Understanding Microbes (1989)
A Laboratory Textbook for Microbiology by G. William Claus
Figure 3-2 shows that higher-magnification lenses are designed to accept larger cones of light (have larger angular apertures) and thus have a higher NA. The angular aperture is a fixed property of the lens system that is determined during ...
The micrographic dictionary; a guide to the examination of microscopic objects, by J.W. Griffith and A. Henfrey (1856)
by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey
ANGULAR APERTURE. the illumination of objects by oblique light under the microscope, the manner in which the rays are...
by Nam Nguyen
Angular aperture, Angular distance. See Aperture ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1857)
Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Micro- It is well known to every observer with the microscope looked at in the one case is not the thing looked at in the MicrolicOP"- that object-glasses of large angular aperture exhibit objects other, and is actually a smaller object. "Wewhich ...
by Joseph R. Davis, ASM International
angular aperture. In optical microscopy, the angle between the most divergent rays that can pass through a ...
by Ronald G. Driggers
For a given numerical aperture, the dry objective results in the best resolution, as then the angular aperture is greatest. For the same angular apertures, the oil- immersion objective gives the best resolution. Fig. 13 compares theoretical axial ...
Surfaces, Interfaces, Thin Films by C. R. Brundle, Charles A. Evans, Shaun Wilson
where n is the refractive index of the medium between the cover glass and the objective front lens, and AA is the angular aperture of the objective. The maximum ...
Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)
A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps
Angular aperture (in microscopes), the amount of light transmitted by the objective, and, consequently, the distinctness of the image afterward magnified by the lenses forming the eye piece. When an objective of the large angular aperture is ...
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