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    Michelson Interferometer

    Nvis 6115

    Product Description

    Nvis 6115 Michelson interferometer is a unique setup for the demonstration of interferometry. Michelson interferometer was used in famous Michelson-Morley experiment to show the constancy of speed of light and evidence of special relativity. The interference pattern is observed by splitting a beam of light into two paths, bouncing the beams back by mirrors and recombining them.

    The different paths may be of different lengths or composed of different materials to create alternating interference fringes. Nvis 6115 has compact design and is very easy to operate. The setup can be used with different types of sources like He-Ne LASER, Diode LASER.

    Nvis 6115, Michelson Interferometer is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development amongs our young minds.

    Product Features

    • Patented Design
    • High quality optics
    • Machined parts with highly stable base
    • Precision micrometer with one micron least count
    • Precision mechanical design for mirror alignment and movement
    • Fringes can be obtained with different types of light sources (He-Ne LASER, Diode LASER)
    • Online Product Tutorial
    Scope of Learning

    Study of understand Two Beam Interferometry using Michelson Interferometer
    Study of generate circular fringe pattern
    Study of calculate the wavelength of the given light source