## Optical constants from the properties of a wedge interference filter |

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436 m u peak achromatic lens angle of incidence apparatus approximately azimuth angle Bausch and Lomb calculated consecutive orders correct value curve depend determination difference in phase Distance X Cm entrance aperture equation 15 equation 20 equation 31 error involved extrapolation Figure 17 Figure 9 glass plates graph of Figure Hadley and Dennison hydrogen source increases index of refraction linear m p and 436 magnesium fluoride maximum mercury source metallic film normal incidence observed obtained optical constants order of interference peak of 436 peaks at normal peaks corresponding phase difference phase shift photomultiplier plane of incidence plotted polarization n3 polaroid position principal angle R.E. Kinzly reflection and transmission reflection coefficient rotated second and third second order shift at normal shifts and difference shifts as function shows silver films slit Snell's law spectrum tends to zero thicker total internal reflection transmission coefficients Transmission peaks variation wavelength wedge filter