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  1. C. Candler, Modern Interferometers (Hilger and Watts, London, 1951), p. 201.

Candler, C.

C. Candler, Modern Interferometers (Hilger and Watts, London, 1951), p. 201.

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C. Candler, Modern Interferometers (Hilger and Watts, London, 1951), p. 201.

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(a) Triangular path interferometer. M1, beam divider: M2, M3, fully reflecting mirrors. (b) Shear introduced by a tilted plate for two ray’s moving in opposite directions.

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Achromatic fringes produced with the triangular path interferometer using white light.

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d = t sin θ [ 1 ( μ 2 sin 2 θ ) 1 2 cos θ ] ,