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  1. See e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 185.
  2. See, e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 130–1.

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See e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 185.

See, e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 130–1.

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See e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 185.

See, e.g., Wood, “Physical Optics,” p. 130–1.

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Lloyd’s mirror, showing intensity and spacing of fringes.

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x = 2 b d a = b ( a + b ) a ( 2 n + p ) λ ,
( a + b ) λ 2 d D λ 2 d ,
x = x 2 = b d a = ( k + q ) ( a + b ) λ 2 d ,
n = k , and p = 2 q ,
U = e i 2 π λ r 1 r 1 e i 2 π λ r 2 r 2
r 1 = D 2 + ( x s 2 ) and r 2 = D 2 + ( x + s 2 ) .
4 s i n 2 2 π λ D · s i n 2 π λ s x D + 4 c o s 2 2 π λ D · s i n 2 2 π λ s x D
4 d δ d + δ s i n 2 2 π λ s x D d s = 4 δ λ D π x s i n 4 π x δ D λ c o s 4 π x d D λ
Δ x · 4 π d D λ = 2 π , or Δ x = D λ 2 d ;
Δ x · 4 π δ D λ = π , or Δ x = D λ 4 δ .