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Lightwave Optics Publication time: 2013 edition Introduction "Lightwave Optics" is based on the principle of lightwaves, and systematically discusses the light transmission, light refraction, light polarization, light diffraction, and light interference during light transmission. Finally, the typical light wave optical components used in the optical system are introduced. "Light Wave Optics" is a monograph on basic theoretical subjects, and it is also a reference book on basic theoretical research on the development of many interdisciplinary subjects related to optics.
Introduction Chapter 1 Lightwave Principles
1.1 The theory of electromagnetic waves of light
1.1.1 Maxwell's equations
1.1.2 Material equations and boundary conditions
1.2 Wave equation of light
1.2.1 Light electromagnetic wave propagation
1.2.2 Wave Equation of Light Vector
1.2.3 Superposition of Monochromatic Light Waves
1.3 Transmission properties of plane light waves
1.3.1 Coupling relationship between electric and magnetic fields
1.3.2 Properties of plane wave electric and magnetic fields
1.3.3 Primitive functions of simple harmonic plane waves
1.4 Amplitude and Phase Functions of Light Waves
1.4.1 Time frequency and space frequency
1.4.2 Impulse response of linear systems
1.4.3 Optical Transfer Function

Chapter 2 Reflection and Refraction of Light
2.1 Snell's law of wave vector k
2.1.1 Refraction of parallel plates
2.1.2 Refraction of a single sphere
2.2 Fresnel formula of electric vector E
2.2.1 Derivation of Fresnel formula
2.2.2 Reflectance R and Transmittance T at the Plane Interface
2.2.3 Other representations of Fresnel formula
2.3 Complex wave number and complex refractive index
2.3.1 Transmission of light waves in conductors
2.3.2 Reflection and refraction of light on metal surfaces
2.3.3 Light dispersion in transparent media
2.4 Reflection and refraction of light on layered media
2.4.1 Monolayer film
2.4.2 Double-layer antireflection film
2.4.3 Multi-layer antireflection film
2.5 Transmission of light in a waveguide
2.5.1 Optical waveguide
2.5.2 Optical Fiber

Chapter 3 Polarization of Light
3.1 polarization of light waves
3.1.1 Wave Equation of Polarization
3.1.2 Typical Elliptical Polarization State
3.1.3 Vector representation of polarized light
3.2 Polarization of birefringent light
3.2.1 Crystal birefringence
3.2.2 Stress birefringence
3.3 Polarization of reflected and refracted light
3.3.1 Interface-induced polarization
3.3.2 Polarization of reflected and refracted light
3.3.3 Polarization of Totally Reflected Light
3.3.4 Polarization of Light Reflected on Metal Surface
3.4 Rotation of polarized light in a crystal
3.4.1 Optical rotation characteristics
3.4.2 Principle of Polarized Light Rotation

Chapter 4 Diffraction of Light
4.1 Basic principles of light diffraction
4.1.1 Huygens-Fresnel Principle
4.1.2 Kirchhoff diffraction formula
4.1.3 Basic types of light diffraction
4.2 Diffractive optical system
4.2.1 Diffraction Screen and Diffraction Screen Functions
4.2.2 Fraunhofer Diffraction Optical System
4.2.3 Fresnel diffraction
4.3 Fraunhofer diffraction
4.3.1 Diffraction of a single diffraction aperture
4.3.2 Diffraction with multiple diffraction apertures
4.3.3 Grating Diffraction
4.4 Light Diffraction and Fourier Transform
4.4.1 Fourier transform
4.4.2 Mathematical description of optical diffraction
4.4.3 Screen Function and Optical System Imaging Quality

Chapter 5 Light Interference
5.1 Basic concepts of light interference
5.1.1 Conditions for interference of light waves
5.1.2 Beam splitting method of interference beam
5.1.3 Coherence of Light
5.2 Interference of elementary light waves
5.2.1 Monochromatic plane wave interference
5.2.2 Monochromatic Spherical Wave Interference
5.2.3 Multicolor light (white light) interference
5.2.4 Polarized Light Interference
5.2.5 Holographic interference
5.3 The nature and characteristics of interference patterns
5.3.1 Visibility of interference fringes
5.3.2 Properties of interference fringes
5.3.3 Adjustment of infinite width stripes and limited width stripes
5.3.4 Shape and analysis of interference fringes
5.4 Typical Optical System of Interferometer
5.4.1 Two-beam interference system
5.4.2 Common light path (single beam) interference system
5.4.3 Multi-beam interference system

Chapter 6 Lightwave Optical Components
6.1 Refractive optics
6.1.1 Lens
6.1.2 Point aberration and wave aberration
6.1.3 Flat crystal
6.1.4 Prism
6.2 Reflective Optics
6.2.1 Plane mirror
6.2.2 Spherical Mirror
6.2.3 Aspheric Mirror
6.2.4 Reflective Optical System
6.3 Polarizing Optics
6.3.1 Polarizer
6.3.2 Polarizing Prisms
6.3.3 Wave Plate
6.3.4 Optical Prism
6.4 Diffractive optics
6.4.1 Fresnel zone plate
6.4.2 Diffraction Grating
6.4.3 Coplanar Illumination Diffraction Gratings
6.4.4 Grating Monochromator
6.5 Interference optics
6.5.1 Beamsplitters
6.5.2 Multilayer dielectric film
6.5.3 Filter
6.5.4 Fabry-Perot etalon
6.6 Optical waveguides and fiber optic devices
6.6.1 Optical waveguide device
6.6.2 Optical Fiber Devices
6.6.3 Optical waveguides and fiber sensors

Appendix A The relationship between electromagnetic waves and their physical quantities in the material equation Appendix B Basic parameters and relationships of light waves Appendix C Common mathematical functions in light wave optics

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