monochromatic aberration

mon·o·chro·mat·ic ab·er·ra·tion

a defect in an optic image arising because of the nature of lenses; the main types are spheric, coma, curvature, and distortion aberration, and astigmatism of oblique pencils.

mon·o·chro·mat·ic ab·er·ra·tion

(mon'ō-krō-mat'ik ab-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
A defect in an optic image arising because of the nature of lenses; the main types are spheric, coma, curvature, and distortion aberration, and astigmatism of oblique pencils.
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The elimination of spherical and monochromatic aberrations is why many of the stereo microscopes used in labs are equipped with aspherical lenses.
Deployment of new glass materials and new optical coatings coupled with advances in manufacturing precision have helped lower chromatic and monochromatic aberrations to less than half those of conventional HDTV lenses.
Monochromatic aberrations of the human eye in a large population.
Monochromatic aberrations can be decomposed into Zernike polynomials (ZP) consisting of Zernike terms (ZT).