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Date 30/10/2014
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Chapter 1: Reflection and Refraction
1.2 Problems
  1.2.1   A simple concave mirror
  1.2.2   A simple convex mirror
  1.2.5   A reflecting plate
  1.2.7   A refracting plate
  1.2.8   Prism 3
  1.2.10 Plane and spherical surfaces
  1.2.12 A sphere
  1.2.14 A transparent plate
  1.2.15 A wave guide
  1.2.16 Two mirrors
  1.2.17 Three mirrors
  1.2.18 Cavity 1
  1.2.19 Cavity 2
  1.2.20 Cavity 3
  1.2.21 Fresnel formulae
Chapter 2: Lenses
2.2. Problems
  2.2.1   Simple thin biconvex lens
  2.2.2   Simple thin biconcave lens
  2.2.3   Simple thick biconvex lens
  2.2.5   Thin lens 2
  2.2.6   Thick lens
  2.2.9   Doublet
  2.2.16 Principal planes
  2.2.17 Two lenses and a prism
  2.2.18 Longitudinal and transverse spherical aberrations
  2.2.19 Image intensity
  2.2.20 Focal length of a thick lens
  2.2.21 Three coaxial lenses
Chapter 3: Polarization
3.1 Main Laws and Formulae
  3.1.2   Elliptically polarized light
  3.1.3   Reflectivity and refractivity
3.2 Problems
  3.2.1   Natural light
  3.2.2   Linearly polarized light
  3.2.3   Half-wave retarder 1
  3.2.4   Retarders
  3.2.5   A calcite plate
  3.2.6   A calcite prism
  3.2.7   A quartz prism
  3.2.8   Two calcite prisms 1
  3.2.9   Two calcite prisms 2
  3.2.10 Two polarizers
  3.2.11 Three polarizers
  3.2.12 A half-wave plate
  3.2.13 A quarter-wave plate 1
  3.2.14 A quarter-wave plate 2
  3.2.15 A quarter-wave plate 3
Chapter 4: Interference
4.1 Main Laws and Formulae
  4.1.1   Superposition of waves
4.2 Problems
  4.2.1   A thin film on a lens
  4.2.2   A wedge-shaped soap film
  4.2.3   Newton’s rings 1
  4.2.4   The Newton’s rings 2
  4.2.6   Michelson
  4.2.7   Multiple-beam interference
  4.2.8   Fabry-Perot interferometer 1
  4.2.9   Fabry-Perot interferometer 2
  4.2.10 Fabry-Perot interferometer 3
  4.2.11 Fabry-Perot interferometer 4
Chapter 5: Diffraction
5.1 Main Laws and Formulae
  5.1.1   Introduction
  5.1.3   Fraunhofer diffraction from a circular aperture
5.2 Problems
  5.2.1   Single slit
  5.2.5   Young 4
  5.2.6   Young 5
  5.2.7   Young 6
  5.2.8   Young 7
  5.2.9   Young 8
  5.2.10 Young 9
  5.2.11 A five-slits grating
  5.2.12 Grating 1
  5.2.13 Grating 2
  5.2.14 Grating 3
  5.2.15 Airy disk 1
  5.2.16 Airy disk 2
  5.2.17 Fresnel zones 1
  5.2.18 Fresnel zones 2
  5.2.19 Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction for a single-slit
  5.2.20 Fresnel diffraction at an edge
Chapter 6: Photons and Moving Light Sources
6.2 Problems
  6.2.1   Planck 1
  6.2.2   Planck 2
  6.2.3   Planck 3
  6.2.5   Photons 2
  6.2.6   Einstein 1
  6.2.7   Einstein 2
  6.2.8   Compton 1
  6.2.10 Compton 3
  6.2.11 Doppler 1
  6.2.12 Doppler 2
  6.2.13 Doppler 3
  6.2.14 Bradley