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Infinity-Corrected Optical Systems

Selected Literature References

Gathered from our vast library of literature on optical microscopy, the reference materials listed in this section are an excellent source of additional information on infinity-corrected optical systems. Included in this section are references to review articles, original research reports, and book chapters that discuss various aspects of the theory and applications regarding how microscopes are configured to take advantage of infinity optics.

Basic optics and optical system specifications., Fischer, R. and Tadic-Galeb, B. in Optical System Design, SPIE Press - McGraw-Hill, New York, pages 1-25 (2000).

The optical magnifying system., Rost, F. and Oldfield, R., in Photography with a Microscope, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pages 18-22 and 83 (2000).

The sine relation, body tube length, and infinite-conjugate systems., Lanni, F. and Keller, E. in Imaging Neurons: A Laboratory Manual, Yuste, R., Lanni, F., and Konnerth, A. (eds), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pages 1.19-1.26 (2000).

CFI-60 Optics, Nikon Specification Literature, Nikon Corporation, Melville, New York, 11 pages (1998).

Infinity-corrected systems., Bradbury, S. and Bracegirdle, B., in Introduction to Light Microscopy, RMS Microscopy Handbooks, Vol. 42, BIOS Scientific Publishers, Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom, pages 59-61 (1998).

Other parameters of the microscope objective., Keller, E. in Cells: A Laboratory Manual, Volume 2, Light Microscopy and Cell Structure, Spector, D., Goldman, R., and Leinwand, L., Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pages 94.15-94.21 (1998).

Innovations in light microscopy., Scott, M. in American Laboratory, International Scientific Communications, Shelton, Connecticut, pages 32-34 (April 1997).

Tube lengths and tube lenses for which microscope objectives are corrected., Inoué, S. and Spring, K., in Video Microscopy: The Fundamentals, Plenum Press, New York, pages 55-61 (1997).

Microscope lenses and aberrations., Inoué, S. and Oldenbourg, R. in Handbook of Optics, Volume II, Bass, M., Van Stryland, E., Williams, D., and Wolfe, W. (eds), McGraw-Hill, New York, pages 17.12-17.22 (1995).

Objective lenses for confocal microscopy., Keller, E. in Handbook of Biological Confocal Microscopy, Pawley, J. (ed), Plenum Press, New York, pages 111-126 (1995).

Optics: A Primer., Abramowitz, M., Olympus America, Inc., Melville, New York, 22 pages (1994).

Microscope Objectives., Smith, W. in Modern Lens Design: A Resource Manual, McGraw-Hill, New York, pages 257-269 (1992).

Objective and eyepiece as an integrated system., James, J. and Tanke, H. in Biomedical Light Microscopy, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pages 18-24 (1991).

Microscope with objectives corrected for infinite tube length., Pluta, M. in Advanced Light Microscopy I. Principles and Basic Properties, Elsevier Science Publishing Co., New York, pages 234-239, 250, 252, 277-81, and 384 (1988).

Objectives corrected for image formation at infinity., Zieler, W. in Monographs in Microscopy: The Optical Performance of the Light Microscope, Part One, Microscope Publications, Ltd., Chicago, pages 85-86 (1972).

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