Abstract

This paper reports a direct photography technique for CO2 laser interferometry using high resolution photographic plates (Kodak 649F). The technique has potential application in IR imaging including CO2 laser holography.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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W. Rind, W. Martienssen, in Proceedings, University of Montreal Colloquium on the Physics and Chemistry of the Silver-Halide Crystal, Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers (1972).

SIRA Technical Catalogue on “Infrared Interferometer” (1979).

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Figures (3)

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Fig. 1

Schematic layout of the CO2 laser interferometer.

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Fig. 2

Interferogram recorded for a plane mirror as a test piece.

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Fig. 3

Interferogram recorded for a concave mirror as a test piece.

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