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written by Justin Peatross and Michael Ware
This textbook is developed for an upper level undergraduate course in optics.  A free online copy is available.
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General Physics
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Optics
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- Upper Undergraduate
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© 2011 Brigham Young University
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9952773
Keywords:
Fabry-Perot, modern optics, optical activity, spectroscopy
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J. Peatross and M. Ware, (2011), WWW Document, (http://optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx).
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J. Peatross and M. Ware, Physics of Light and Optics (2011), <http://optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx>.
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Peatross, J., & Ware, M. (2011). Physics of Light and Optics. Retrieved September 2, 2014, from http://optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx
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Peatross, Justin, and Michael Ware. Physics of Light and Optics. 2011. http://optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx (accessed 2 September 2014).
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Peatross, Justin, and Michael Ware. Physics of Light and Optics. 2011. 2 Sep. 2014 <http://optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx>.
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