chromatic difference of magnification

chromatic difference of magnification

[krō¦mad·ik ¦dif·rəns əv ‚mag·nə·fə′kā·shən]
(optics)
Variation in the size of the image produced by an optical system with the wavelength (or, equivalently, color) of light. Also known as lateral chromatic aberration.
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His main published articles in those years were "The Minimum and Maximum Magnification of a Telescope" (1925) and "A Single-Lens Ocular Without Chromatic Difference of Magnification" (1929).