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Chapter 1: introduces the subject – starting by endeavouring to define what the term ’photonics’ might mean and following this with a very brief exploration of the basic concepts. There is then a brief discussion about applications which impact upon our everyday lives. An outline of the book and the reasons for its being presented in this particular format follows. Finally, there is a very brief mention of the background in other complementary disciplines which complement photonics.
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