Quarterwaveplate And Fresnel Rhomb Compared In The 10-, M Co2 Laser Emission Region
A comparison is made between the use of the quarterwaveplate and Fresnel rhomb over the 10-rm emission region of the CO2 laser. From 9.24 to 10.74jum a quarterwaveplate for the 10.6-Am CO2 spectra line can give rise to a total phase shift of 97-176 for the respective lines. A Fresnel rhomb exhibits virtually no phase variation from the desired 90 phase shift over this region. Both devices exhibit phase shifts for light not normally incident on them. © 1988, Optical Society of America.
R. A. Anderson, "Quarterwaveplate And Fresnel Rhomb Compared In The 10-, M Co2 Laser Emission Region," Applied Optics, vol. 27, no. 13, pp. 2746 - 2747, Optica, Jan 1988.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1364/AO.27.002746
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01 Jan 1988