Abstract

Interferometric methods, suggested by the techniques of two-beam holography, have been used to determine experimentally the variation of phase with position in the Fresnel diffraction pattern of a knife edge. The results are consistent with predictions made from Cornu’s spiral.

© 1966 Optical Society of America

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