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Two-Surface Refracting Systems with Zero Third-Order Spherical Aberration

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Abstract

An analysis is made of refracting systems consisting of two spherical surfaces. Solutions are found for those systems having zero third-order spherical aberration. These are in the form of four one-parameter families of functions. Expressions for third-order coma and astigmatism are derived. Parameter domains for useful solutions are indicated. A method for applying these results to optical design is described.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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