I want to know about a book explaining easily the fundamentals of optics(not geometric).
I'm not a student who studys physics or optics but grad student studying laser spectroscopy(single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy). Are there any books matching me?
something called "wavevector, k"
I have a question about something called "wavevector, k".
What is it? Is that the direction of propagation of light? or something else?
Please explain easily. Thank you in advance.
I'm wondering what the diffraction limited spot is.
When a laser(CW) is used to excite a fluorescent single molecule, the fluorescence from a single molecule is shown in the CCD camera. The size of fluorescence molecule is determined by Airy Disc which comes from diffraction...
I have a question about the sign of Schrodinger equation in particle in a box.
What's the meaning of the sign (like -, +) of wavefunction in particle in a box?
Can anybody explain that?
I have a trouble understanding QM.
What's the difference between wavepacket and wavefunction?
Can we use a wavepacket for a particle in a box?
Please reply to this questions.
Thank you in advance.
I'm doing FRAP(fluorescence recovery after photobleaching)
Diffusion coefficient is what I wanna calculate.
t:halftime of recovery fluorescence
w:radius of the focused circular laser beam at the e^(-2) intensity
f : correction factor for the amount of bleaching