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Apparent wave front aberration in the “Cat’s Eye” configuration at high apertures

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Within the “Cat’s Eye” configuration the reflected phase depends on the incident angle on the return mirror, particular for high NA lenses. This phase-error is derived from Fresnel's law and compared with interferometric measurements.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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