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5 November 2010 Optical design of non-CaF2 of middle and low power flat-field apochromatic metallographic micro-objective
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Based on the optical apochromatic system theory and referencing photographic objective to make similar innovation, the middle and low power apochromatic metallographic microobjective is constructed. In the design of low power objective, triplet photographic objective(+, -, +) is transplanted and applied to 5×objective. Referencing parameters of Orthometar processor objective and complication of triplet graphic objective are applied to middle power objective. The 8× and 10× objectives with flat-field and apochromatic can be designed successfully using iterative optimization in OSLO.
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Ze-xin Xiao, Jie Cao, Ran Xiao, and Peng Li "Optical design of non-CaF2 of middle and low power flat-field apochromatic metallographic micro-objective", Proc. SPIE 7849, Optical Design and Testing IV, 78490U (5 November 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.868782
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