Peatross & Ware, 2011c ed.
PDF file free on line here.
But it is recommended you get a printed
copy for about $18, including shipping.
Standard undergrad optics text. We will
use this for supplementary
available but expensive new.
Miller & Roesler, Applied Optics
for classical applied optics and instrumentation.
Particularly strong on spectroscopic
here (currently has no index, but extensive
Fowles, Introduction to Modern Optics
Concise coverage of core material. Available
for less than $10.00.
Born & Wolf, Principles
derivations of all basic quantities.
From 1950's, so no lasers!
Jenkins & White, Fundamentals of
Optics Another classic reference with very clear
explanations. Again, it's old . . .
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