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It has been proposed that the ion ending indicate a process, that the ance ending indicate a value associated with a particular sample, and that the ivity ending indicate a generic value for a “pure” substance. Then one also has reflectance, transmittance, absorptance, and emittance as well as reflectivity, transmissivity, absorptivity, and emissivity. There are now two different uses of the word emissivity. Thus the words exitance, incidence, and sterance were coined to be used in place of emittance, irradiance, and radiance.

27) through (30) is to locate either a pupil or an aperture stop when the other is known. 12 MINIMIZING COMPONENT POWER The first-order layout may in fact determine the ultimate quality, cost, and manufacturability of the system. The residual aberrations in a system are a function of the component powers, relative apertures, and angular fields. The relationships are complex, but a good choice for a system layout is one which minimizes the sum of the (absolute) component powers, or possibly the sum of the (absolute) yf product for all the components.

If a component is working at unit magnification, it can be moved in one direction or the other to increase or decrease the magnification. There are pairs of positions where the magnifications are m and 1/m and for which the object-to-image distance is the same. This is the basis of what is called a “bang-bang” zoom; this is a simple way to provide two different focal lengths (or powers, or fields of view, or magnifications) for a system. 11 ADDITIONAL RAYS When the system layout has been determined, an “axial” ray at full aperture and a “principal” ray at full field can be traced through the system.

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