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C. Hoyt
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Participants will operate and characterize an erbium-doped fiber laser that is mode-locked using nonlinear polarization rotation. We will make an autocorrelation measurement of the…
Graphical Approach to Multi-slit Interference Analysis  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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P. Allen, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
When Young's double-slit experiment is conducted in undergraduate lab courses, wavelength or slit spacing is commonly calculated using Young’s relation. For multi-slit gratings of…
Fourier Transform Spectroscopy in the Visible Range  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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J. Magnes and T. Hatch
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J. Magnes and T. Hatch, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
We present an undergraduate laboratory that utilizes Fourier spectroscopy with two lasers in the visible range to demonstrate the measurement technique. In addition to teaching an…
  
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N. Clayburn and D. Ryan, 2011 AAPT Summer Meeting (2011).
In this experiment we study light with orbital angular momentum. Circularly polarized light possesses spin angular momentum, analogous to Earth’s rotation about its axis. Orbital…
  
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Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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The goal of this experiment is to familiarize students with the Michelson Interferometer. It introduces optical components like beam splitters, translation and rotational stages,…
  
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M. Masters and T. Grove
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M. Masters and T. Grove, 2009 Topical Conference on Advanced Laboratories (2009).
We have been modifying our intermediate optics class and laboratory with a focus on improving student learning through the use of active engagement. To facilitate this process we…
Wave optics and interferometry  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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N. Sorensen, AAPT Summer Meeting (2012).
For many purposes, you can consider light to propagate as rays, explaining phenomena such as shadows or imaging with a pin-hole camera. Even refraction of light at interfaces between…
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The purpose of this experiment is to become familiar with holograms. Specifically, you will learn how to work with laser optics and the techniques of making and viewing holograms.
Paraxial ray optics cloaking  [ Journal Article ]
  
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J. Choi and J. Howell; Publisher: Optica, Opt. Express, 22 (24), 29465-29478 (2014).
Despite much interest and progress in optical spatial cloaking, a three-dimensional (3D), transmitting, continuously multi-directional cloak in the visible regime has not yet been…
  
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Publisher: Bethel University
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The Faraday effect has ongoing applications including optical isolators and measuring dynamic magnetic fields in lab or space-based plasmas. A direct interferometric study of the…
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