achromatic lens

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a compound lens system that forms an image free from chromatic aberration

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is used to working with small parts, but its latest iteration of submillimeter achromatic lenses takes tiny to the extreme.
A 20 mm Plossl-like eyepiece with twin plastic doublet achromatic lenses gives a magnification of 25x across a 1.
Achromatic lenses for spectacles were developed by Chester Moore Hall in the early 1700s.
The blackening service is available off-the-shelf for most of Edmund's TECH-SPEC VIS 0[degrees] achromatic lenses.
However it was not until the 19th century when the use of achromatic lenses were implemented to reduce distortion that the telescope came into its own right, and became a popular scientific instrument.