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Measurement of the refractive index using the Talbot effect and a moire technique

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Abstract

A method using the Talbot effect and a moire technique to measure the refractive index of transparent materials is described for a plane-parallel plate and a liquid. Experimental verification has been carried out. The method can measure both high and low refractive indices. An accuracy of 5 units to the fifth decimal place can be achieved.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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