From the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosophers right up through the physical laws of Newton, the experiments of Thomas Young and the quantum physics pioneers, the study of light was all about observing its characteristics and defining its behavior. At the end of the 19 th century, wicks, wax, and oil gave way to electricity, filaments, and gases, and ...
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From the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosophers right up through the
physical laws of Newton, the experiments of Thomas Young and the quantum
physics pioneers, the study of light was all about observing its
characteristics and defining its behavior. At the end of the 19 th century,
wicks, wax, and oil gave way to electricity, filaments, and gases, and
scientific minds began to focus on the technological creation of light, as well
as its control and diverse uses. Yet, despite more than a century of profound
research and development, until now, the most complete resources on lighting
technology have always been compiled by and subject to the biases of commercial
Light Sources: Technologies and Applications answers the need of a huge and
diverse range of scientists, technicians, and engineers involved in the use and
development of light sources across any number of fields. Spectroscopy,
architecture, lighting design, irradiation, optics, and imaging are just a few
of these uses.
After delving into basic principles of light and vision, the book focuses on
the three main technologies used to create light through electricity
(incandescent/filament, charged gas, solid state diode) and the various
families of light sources and applications born out of the three. Written by
Dr. Spiros Kitsinelis, highly respected for his work on the development of
novel and energy efficient light sources, the book includes data needed by
researchers and technicians, as well as comparative charts and explanatory
Dr. Kitsinelis also includes descriptions and photographs of representative
products of each family of light sources. Concise and practical, while
remaining both thorough and elegant, he offers a deeper analysis on the nature
of light and the processes of creating it. Ultimately, he offers the depth
required to satisfy pioneering research as well as applications to serve the
immediate needs of everyday life.