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HW solution, week 13/14

**Thursday, Nov-18, 2010
**

due: Wednesday, Dec.-01, 2010 – before class

1. Fresnel Double Mirror

(5 pts)

Hecht, problem 9.20:

In the Fresnel double mirror, λ0 = 589 nm, the distance of the screen from the two virtual sources (Fig.

9.12) is s = 2 m, R = 1 m, and the separation of fringes is Δy = 0.5 mm. Determine the inclination angle

α between the mirrors.

From the sketch in Fig. 9.12a, the angle to S1 and S2, as seen from the intersection point of the two mirrors, O, is ∠(S1,O,S2) = 2α. (This can be shown by drawing the geometry around point O or, more easily, by the following physics argument: If α = 0, i.e., both mirrors line up, then S1 = S2 and thus

∠(S1,O,S2) = 0; if we then increase the tilt of mirror 2 against mirror 1 by Δα, then the reflection from

mirror 2, and therefore also the direction toward S2 is rotated by 2Δα around point O, leading to

∠(S1,O,S2) = 2Δα.)

Thus, sin α = a 2R . On the other hand, Δy ≈ sλ a , so

sin α =

sλ

, or α = 0.0018 (in rad) = 0.067°.

2ΔyR

2. Fizeau Fringes

(3 pts)

Hecht, problem 9.34:

A piece of paper (d = 76.18 µm) separates two glass plates (e.g., microscope slides) at one end while

the plates touch at their other end. Determine the no. of fringes seen across the length of the two glass

plates.

At the end where the slides touch, there is no optical path difference. At the other end, the OPD Λ is 2d.

The number of fringes distributed along the slides is N = rounddown[Λ/λ0], so

N = 2⋅76180 nm/(500 nm) = 304.

3. Index of Air

(4 pts)

Hecht, problem 9.37:

How many fringe shifts will seen in a Michelson interferometer in monochromatic light (λ0 = 600 nm)

if a path length of x = 10 cm in one of the arms changes from air (nair = 1.00029) to vacuum?

The OPD is Λ = (nair – 1)x = N(λ0/2). Hence, N = rounddown[2(nair – 1)x/λ0] = 96.

This OPD adds a phase shift of π.47: A camera lens (ngl = 1. 6.33-353 — Intermediate Optics HW solution. 2010 – before class 4.55) is coated with a cryolite film (ncr = 1. both r > 0 and r’ > 0 if it were not for the OPD of the ray transmitted through the film. The amplitude of nt + ni nt + ni n1 + 1 For θi = 0. C = ( I t I i )max ( I t I i )min . hence (a) F = 4R (1 − R )2 = 80. (b) the half-width γ. What is the optimal film thickness for incident green light (λ0 = 500 nm)? d = λ f 4 = λ0 4ncr = 500 nm/5. problem 9. nt − ni 2ni n −1 and t = . show that the reflected irradiance of a film-coated interface with a film thickness d = λ0/4 is always smaller than the reflected irradiance of the bare interface. Determine (a) the coefficient of finesse F. which is Λ = 2d = λ0/2.8944. Dec. for the bare interface. problem 9. (d) C = 1 + F = 81. ( ) (b) γ = 4 arcsin F −1 2 = 0. Fabry-Perot Interferometer (Bonus Problem) (5 pts) Hecht. problem 9. 2010 due: Wednesday.30) as an antireflective coating. r = the ray reflected after 2 passes through the film is r ′ = t 0→ f r f /1 t f →0 = 2 n1 − n f 2n f . R = r2 = 0. week 13/14 Thursday.43: For normal incidence and n0 ≈ 1.2 = 96 nm. as long as n0 < nf < n1. .8. (c) Φ = 2π/γ = 14.40: The mirrors in a Fabry-Perot interferometer have a reflection coefficient r = 0. r’ > 0 always holds. this yields r = 1 . Anti-Reflective Coating II (3 pts) Hecht. Thus the total reflection amplitude ρ = r + r’ < r. 5. so overall. Hence for n f + 1 n1 + n f 1 + n f n0 < nf < n1. Anti-Reflective Coating I (5 pts) Hecht. Nov-18.-01.448 (in rad). (c) the finesse Φ and (d) the contrast factor.

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