Laser Optics Demonstration Kit

Laser Optics Demonstration Kit
Product Code: Laser Optics Demonstration
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The Laser Optics Demonstrator consists of a base unit with a built-in He-Ne
laser, deflection system and ray optics board, an accessory case with 30 optical quality
glass components mounted on carriers, three magnetic base supports, and a mechanical
stage for wave optics experiments. The unit is powered by 110VAC. 

Please note:  This product emits laser light.  Max. output power <5mW.  Wavelength 632 nm.  Class III laser product.

This kit is able to perform all of the following demonstrations:

 Ray Optics Experiments
1. Producing multiple rays using a beam-splitter
2. Rectilinear propagation of light
3. Independent propagation of light rays
4. Law of reflection
5. Beam expansion using a lens
6. Regular reflection of light at a boundary between two media
7. Real image formed by convergent rays after reflecting from a plane mirror
8. Virtual image formed by divergent rays after reflecting from a plane mirror
9. Rotation of a plane mirror—effect on the reflected ray
10. Reflection properties of a double plane mirror
11. Diffuse reflection
12. Refraction, the law of refraction and the reversibility of light rays
13. Grazing, total internal reflection, and measurement of the critical angle
14. Application of total internal reflection
15. Principle of the periscope
16. Measurement of the minimum deviation angle and the refractive index of a prism
17. Measurement of the displacement between incident ray and emergent ray passing
through a plane-parallel plate
18. Principle of image transmission by a fiber bundle
19. Reflection of light at a concave mirror
(i) Light convergence; measurement of the focal point and focal length
(ii) Any ray passing through the center of curvature of a concave mirror is
reflected back on itself
20. Real images of a concave mirror
(i) Object placed more than 2f from the mirror
(ii) Object placed between f and 2f from the mirror
21. Virtual image of a concave mirror
22. Reflection of light at a convex mirror
(i) Light divergence; determination of the virtual focal point
(ii) Any ray passing through the center of curvature of a convex mirror is
reflected back on itself
23. Image formed by a convex mirror
24. Refraction of light by a convex lens
(i) Any ray passing through the nodal point of a lens keeps its direction unchanged
(ii) Determining the focal point in the object space of a convex lens
(iii) Light convergence; measurement of the focal point, the focal plane and the
focal length in the image space
25. Principles of optical instruments—1
(i) Principle of the camera
(ii) Principle of the 1:1 macro lens
(iii) Principle of the projector
(iv) Principle of the collimator
26. Virtual images of a convex lens
(i) Principle of the magnifier
(ii) Image in a positive lens of a virtual object lying in the image space beyond
the focal point 
(iii) Image in a positive lens of a virtual object lying in the image space at twice
the focal length of the lens
(iv) Image in a positive lens of a virtual object lying in the image space at infinity.
27. Refraction of light by a concave (negative) lens
(i) Measurement of the virtual focal point and focal length
(ii) Virtual image of a concave lens
28. Image formed by a prism
29. Principles of optical instruments—2
(i) Principle of Kepler’s telescope
(ii) Image formed by Kepler’s telescope of an off-axis object at infinity
(iii) Principle of the Galilean telescope
(iv) Image formed by a Galilean telescope of an off-axis object at infinity
(v) Principle of the microscope
30. Correction of eyesight
(i) Principle of nearsighted eye correction
(ii) Principle of farsighted eye correction
31. Measurement of the spherical aberration
B. Wave Optics Experiments
1. Interference in an air wedge
2. Newton’s rings interference
3. Interference by Lloyd’s mirror
4. Wedge fringes using Lloyd’s mirror
5. Interference by Fresnel’s bi-prism
6. Measurement of the wedge angle
7. Interference by Fresnel’s mirror
8. Polarization demonstration
9. Interference and diffraction objects
(i) Diaphragm ZD1
Sample patterns generated by ZD1 objects
(ii) Diaphragm ZLD2
Sample patterns generated by ZLD2 objects
(iii) Diaphragm ZLD3
Sample patterns generated by ZLD3 objects
(iv) Photographic slide
Sample patterns generated by photographic slide objects
10. Laser speckle experiment
11. Fourier imaging 

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