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Detection of Light
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The invention and development of advanced methods to detect light underlies much of modern technology. This fully updated and restructured third edition is unique amongst the literature, providing a comprehensive, uniform discussion of a broad range of detection approaches. The material is accessible to a broad range of readers rather than just highly trained specialists, beginning with first principles and developing the relevant physics as it goes. The book emphasizes physical understanding of detector operation, without being a catalog of current examples. It is self-contained but also provides a bridge to more specialized works on specific approaches; each chapter points readers toward the relevant literature. This will provide a broad and lasting understanding of the methods for detecting light that underpin so much of our technology. The book is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and will provide a valuable reference for professionals across physics and engineering disciplines.

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‘The book introduces the detection of light and is designed to be accessible to a broad range of readers rather than just highly trained specialists … is an ideal read for master’s and Ph.D. students in astronomical instrumentation.’

Silvano Donati Source: Optics & Photonics News

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Contents

  • 1 - Introduction
    pp 1-23

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