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The primary reason for this is that the long coherence length of laser light makes it easy to obtain interference fringes and interferometer path lengths no longer have to be matched as they do if a short coherence length white light source is used.

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1051-232-20033 Imaging Systems Laboratory II Week of 5/3/2004, Writeup Due 5/18/2004 (T) 1 Laboratory8: Michelson Interferometer 1.1 Theory: Reference s:Optics,E.Hecht, sec 9.4 1.1.1 Division-of-Wavefront Interferometry In the last lab, you saw that coherent (single-wavelength) light from point ...

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Application Note 154 Figure 2: Phase relationship between the two paths of the Michelson interferometer resulting in a sinusoidal fringe pattern.

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Experiment 4 -The Michelson Interferometer 1 Experiment4 The Michelson Interferometer 1 Introduction There are, in general, a number of types of optical instruments that produce optical interference.

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PHY 300Lab6, Fall 2008 Oct. 16,2008 Lab6: Michelson Interferometer 1 Introduction The Michelson interferometer has great historical significance, for it is the instrument that Michelson and Morelyusedto try and measure the Doppler shift of light travelling parallel to and perpendicular to the ...

Michelson Interferometer

Physics 3340 Spring 2001 Michelson Interferometer 5.1 Spring 2001 Michelson Interferometer Purpose Interferometers are basic optical tools used to precisely measure wavelength, distance, index of refraction, and temporal coherence of optical beams.


4 Typical Interferometer ••The expanded beam The expanded beam exiting from the light source is divided by a Beamsplitter beams.Beamsplittersource is divided by a exiting from the light

Frequency Scanning Interferometry

These measurements have been made using interferometer components of the nalATLASdesign. This interferometer design complies with the following requirements: low mass, rugged, ra-diationhard, able to tintothesmall spaces allocated and insensitive to all conceivable changes in interferometer alignment.

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