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Euclidean Light: High-School Geometry to Solve Problems In Gaussian Beam Optics

Michael Spurr and Malcolm Dunn

It is possible to describe the propagation of a gaussian beam using diagrams based only on Euclidean geometry. All that is needed to solve problems is a ruler and a pair of compasses.

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Publish Date: 02 August 2002


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