Modern Optics

PIRA classification 6Q

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6Q10. Holography

PIRA #

Demonstration Name

Abstract

6Q10.00

Holography

6Q10.01

geometric model for holography

A geometrical model which, without sacrificing and physical principles, correctly explains all the major characteristics of holograms.

6Q10.01

introduction to holography

Holography at the level of an undergraduate optics course.

6Q10.01

practial holography

A "from the beginning" article on holography.

6Q10.01

hologram chapter

A chapter on holograms in Meiners by Tung H. Jeong.

6Q10.10

VW Hologram

Show a hologram.

6Q10.10

360 degree reflection holography

Two methods of making 360 degree reflection holograms.

6Q10.10

360 degree hologram

A 360 degree hologram From Edmund Scientific is observed with a Hg lamp and 5461 Angstrom filter.

6Q10.10

holograms

A video of a 360 degree transmission hologram.

6Q10.11

single beam 360 degree holograms

A very simple arrangement using only a single lens to diverge a laser beam.

6Q10.11

360 degree holograms

Simple configuration for a good quality hologram.

6Q10.20

in class holograms

6Q10.21

holographic camera

A Gaertner holographic system on an optical table.

6Q10.30

making holographic interferograms

Directions for making a simple and cheap plate holder.

6Q10.31

thin-transmission holograms

A long article on Abramson ray-tracing holograms.

6Q10.32

thin-transmission holograms

A long article on a simple ray-tracing method for thin-transmission holograms.

6Q10.40

rainbow hologram with beaker of wate

Use a beaker of water in making the rainbow hologram.

6Q10.42

real time holograms

How to make real time good quality interferograms.

6Q10.45

single beam holography

Use single beam holography to study mechanical vibrations of an opaque object.

6Q10.45

single beam holography

Demonstrate real time holograms that last several hours without glass plate film, etc.

6Q10.50

vibration testing for holography

A vertical Michelson interferometer is constructed on the optical table with a pool of mercury as one mirror.

6Q10.60

low cost holography

Diagrams of single and double beam methods for making holographs.

6Q10.60

inexpensive holography table

Four inches of newspapers and twelve tennis balls support a concrete slab.

6Q10.60

inexpensive spatial filter

Substitute a microscope with an x-y stage for a commercial spatial filter.

6Q10.60

inexpensive beam splitters

Use dime-store back silvered mirrors for beam splitters for holography.

6Q10.60

inexpensive holography

A simple method for making holograms.

6Q10.62

simple hologram arrangement

A simple hologram arrangement using ball bearings as beam expander mirrors.

6Q10.63

instant holograms

Use Polaroid film for holograms.

6Q10.65

holography for sophmore lab

A simple hologram camera.

6Q10.70

beam splitter for holography

A double front surface mirror splitter, and the Edmond 41 960 variable density beam splitter.

6Q10.71

rear reflections in plates

Put black PVC masking tape on the back of the holographic plate.

6Q10.71

film holder for holography

Use a 35 mm camera (both Kodak 649-F and SO-243 films come in 35mm).

6Q10.72

simple hologram verification

Method for finding the orientation necessary for viewing and the location of the hologram on the film.

6Q10.72

holography without darkroom

Dye the plates with a blue-green attenuator and use laser light in a red poor background.

6Q10.73

diffuser as beam splitter

Get by with a single beam expander by using the polished back of the diffuser as a beam splitter.

6Q10.74

holography with 1 mw laser

A technique for low exposure holography.

6Q10.75

holography table

Construction of an oscillation damped table for holography.

6Q10.76

axial mode detector

The output of a fast silicon photodiode is mixed with a uhf signal and the oscillator is tuned to give a 0 Hz difference frequency.

6Q10.77

comment on AJP 44(7),712

Two points of concern.

6Q10.78

Kerr cell driver

Modulate a laser beam with a Kerr cell. A circuit for a driver is given.

6Q10.81

computer holograms

Generate holograms with an HP 9100B desktop calculator and plotter.

6Q10.82

reconstruction of acoustic holograms

A photocopy of a hologram produced from sound waves in air was used to reconstruct an image with laser light and a crude setup.

6Q10.85

holograph of a holograph

A virtual image of a lens appears in front of a plate and images of various objects appear behind.

6Q20. Physical Optics

PIRA #

Demonstration Name

Abstract

6Q20.00

Physical Optics

6Q20.10

simple Abbe demonstrations

Techniques of demonstrating Abbe theory of image formation with simple microscope equipment avoiding use of special Abbe diffraction gratings.

6Q20.10

Abbe's theory of imaging

A demonstration to show both image and diffraction pattern formation.

6Q20.11

optical simulation of electron micro

An optical setup simulates an electron microscope imaging a two-dimensional lattice. Demonstrates Abbe's theory of the microscope.

6Q20.20

phase reversal effect - single slit

Illuminate a double slit with the central maximum from a single slit diffraction pattern, then move the double slit so one slit is illuminated by the central maximum and the other by the first sideband.

6Q20.21

symmetries in Fraunhofer Diffraction

The Fraunhofer diffraction patterns for eight apertures each show a central maximum and interesting symmetries.

6Q20.30

spatial filtering

An optimum lens configuration for optical spatial filtering for use in amplitude modification techniques.

6Q20.35

mapping transform

A distorted image is viewed at 45 degrees to the axes of cylindrical convex and concave mirrors resulting in recognizable mirror images.

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