lecture 35 - resolving, gratings

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Announcements 3/28/11 Prayer Exam 3 review session: Thursday, 5-6:30 pm.  Location: room C258 ESC Addition to Wednesday’s reading assignment: also  includes PpP chapter 10, “Modern optical devices”
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Reading Quiz What does Rayleigh’s criterion tell us? a. The angle at which both light polarizations  have equal reflection coefficients b. The angle at which p polarized light has  minimum reflection c. The angular separation resolvable by an  imaging system  d. The number of orders produced by a  diffraction grating 
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Circular Aperture, again
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What do you get in this situation? What if there’s a lens in the hole? What if there isn’t a board? What if you have two light sources? pattern at infinity pattern at focus superimposed patterns at focus f board with hole
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2 nd peak separated by at least as much as distance to first minimum
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Rayleigh Criterion plotted vs ( θ
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