Abstract

To effect the precise examination of the interference colors of thin layers, the author calculated them in cases of non-reflecting layers and Newton’s rings, and plotted the results on the I. C. I. graph. The significance of several results indicated by the graphs is discussed.

© 1950 Optical Society of America

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