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'James writes so well and includes so many personal and historical lessons learned that I had difficulty putting this book down … It is perfect for a pre-job-interview review of hands-on optics. When you get to the last page you will still be hungry for more, which makes the three appendices even more welcome. [The book] is excellent and the best one I have reviewed this decade.' George Fischer, Optics and Photonics News

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Aimed at students taking practical laboratory courses in experimental optics, this book helps readers to understand the components within optical instruments. Topics covered range from the operation of lenses and mirrors to the laws which govern the design, layout and working of optical instruments.

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