Definición de aplanat en inglés:


Saltos de línea: ap¦lanat
Pronunciación: /ˈaplənat


  • A reflecting or refracting surface which is free from spherical aberration.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • When viewing resolution is less critical, the aplanats offer an economical alternative.
    • We do not know what led him to this highly successful design, but it may have been an assembly of two Grubb-type landscape aplanats about a central stop.
    • All six lenses are fully corrected aplanats, so they can be mixed and matched in a focusing or non-focusing configuration to obtain the desired magnification.



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  • The results indicates that the aplanatic hologram lenses are feasible for optical disk applications.
  • These locations for which spherical correction has been optimized are called the aplanatic points.
  • We can apply the same reasoning to rods and transformation of cylindrical diverging wavefront using aplanatic points of the rods.


late 19th century: coined in German from Greek aplanētos, from a- 'not' + planan 'wander'.

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