Abstract

This paper describes the design of a metal–dielectric structure intended to be used as a thermometric sensor. As the temperature varies, the fringes in the light reflected from a three-mirror interferometer become asymmetric. The asymmetry has different signs, depending on whether the object is being heated or cooled.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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