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triple aplanat

A compound lens consisting of two negative lenses of flint glass. A double-convex lens of crown glass is cemented between the two negative lenses. With this system, it is possible to decrease successively the divergence of rays while they remain free of spherical aberration, coma and primary axial color.
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