concave lens

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Synonyms for concave lens

a lens such that a parallel beam of light passing through it is caused to diverge or spread out

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However, various molds containing different concave lens array patterns are required in polymer replication processes.
If you put a concave lens in front, the image would be righted up.
This meta-material is thought to allow objects to appear exactly as they are rather than upside down, as seen in a normal convex or concave lens, Guenneau said.
Myopia requires a concave lens, but by FDA rules the center of any lens has to be of a certain thickness to resist breakage.
Hall therefore decided to make a convex lens out of crown glass and a concave lens out of flint glass, designed in such a way that the two would fit together to form a single biconvex lens.
The optometrist's duty is to help the child see distant objects clearly so we prescribe a concave lens that will bring the image shell at the fovea into focus, but this restores the RPHD, possibly driving further myopic changes.
Spectacle makers who had a supply of both--for nearsighted and farsighted customers--knew perfectly well that holding a concave lens next to the eye and a convex lens about a foot away (since reading lenses tended to cluster around a strength of 3 diopters) produced a noticeably enlarged image.
This study used a concave lens like that depicted in Fig.
In Lab B: the air bubble forms a concave space that acts as a concave lens and makes things look smaller.