In part 1 George familiarized you with curved mirrors and their uses. Here in part 2 he covers lenses and important topics such as chromatic aberration. Last month we discussed curved mirrors their characteristics and their applications such as in passive infrared PIR intrusion detectors. Now its time to talk about lenses. Rather than reflecting 8230.
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