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Optics is a branch of physics concerned with properties and behavior of light including its interaction with matter as well as construction of equipment/instruments to detect it. Optics is used to define and describe the phenomena of visible, ultraviolet and infrared lights including other forms of light and electromagnetic waves like X-rays, microwaves, radio waves and gamma waves. Although most optical phenomena could be understand with the help of classical electromagnetism and quantum mechanics but optics reduces the efforts and mathematical calculation and makes it easy to describe the phenomena by treating light as a collection of rays.

Optics is also concerned with other disciplines of mathematics and science like geometry, trigonometry, electromagnetism, electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. Besides this optics is an essential element in astronomy, various branches of engineering, photography, ophthalmology and optometry (medicine). It can be sub-divided in three categories— optical physics, optical engineering and quantum optics.

Optics has a vast field of study and deals with our daily life. Generally optics studies on various aspects of life such as— Abbe number, Abbe prism, Aberration in optical systems, Acousto-optics , Asterism (astronomy), Atmospheric diffraction, Atom optics, Atomic molecular and optical physics, Augustin-Jean Fresnel, Aura (optics), Auroral light, Avalanche photodiode, Barrel distortion, Binoculars, Black body radiation, Camera, Chromatic aberration, Confocal laser scanning microscopy , Dark state, Depolarizer (optics), Diaphragm (optics) , Diffraction, Dispersion (optics), EDFA, Electromagnetic radiation and spectrum, fabrication and testing (optical components), holography, human visual system, Huygens' principle, Illumination engineering , Inverse-square law, Kerr effect, Laser , List of indices of refraction, magnifying glass, material science and optical properties, Nanophotonics, Newton's rings, off-axis optical system, optical axis, optical pattern recognition, optical phenomenon, optical spectrum, optical tweezers, optical waveguide, optical window , paraxial approximation, photoelectric effect, photographic lens, photography (science of), photon polarization, photonics, photorefractive effect, pincushion distortion, pinhole camera, piston (optics), Polaroid (polarizer), prime lens, quantum optics, quantum well laser , Radial polarization, Radiometry, Raman amplification, Raman amplifier, Ray (optics), Ray transfer matrix analysis, Rayleigh scattering, Reflecting telescope, Reflection (optics), Reflection coefficient, Refractive index, RGB color model , Rotating wave approximation, scattering, scintillation, Sellmeier equation, spatial filter, spectroscopy, speed of light, spontaneous emission, statistical optics, stereoscopy, stimulated emission, synchrotron radiation , telescope, thermal physics - radioactive heat transfer, tilt (optics), total internal reflection, transparency (optics), triangular prism, Tyndall effect, ultraviolet catastrophe, Umov effect , wave plate, waveguide, wavelength, wavelength division multiplexing, wide-angle lens, Wollaston prism, Zeeman effect, Zeiss Tessar and zodiacal light.

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