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Spherical Aberration
A defect of a lens where rays of light intersect at different positions along the optical axis.


9 pages mention Spherical Aberration

Averaging
 
Collecting Z stacks
 
Components of the confocal microscope
 
Confocal microscopy
It follows that any chromatic or spherical aberration will seriously affect performance. 
Fluorescence microscopy
 
Introduction
Spherical aberration is an inherent property of a simple lens – the lens is more powerful at the edge that in the centre, so the image will not be sharp. 
Light microscopy
The problem with the simple arrangement is that the distance between objective and eyepiece must be absolutely fixed, since spherical aberration can only be corrected for one position of the image. 
Scanning and resolution
 
Sequential and simultaneous