Physics Lab Equipment

LEOK-40 Modern Optics-1.jpgSchematic of measuring focal length using displacement method


S: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

P: Object Screen

L: Convex Lens

H: White Screen


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-2.jpgSchematic of determining nodal

locations of a lens group


S: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

P: Biprism

L0: Collimating Lens

L1, L2: Lens Group

E: Eyepiece


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-3.jpg

Schematic of constructing a

Sagnec interferometer


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-4.jpg

Schematic of recording holograms


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-5.jpgSchematic of Abbe imaging and

optical spatial filtering


1. He-Ne laser

2. Beam expander

3. Collimating lens

4. Grating

5. Fourier lens

6. White screen


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-6.jpg

Schematic diagram of pseudo-color

encoding and color composition


1: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

2. Iris Diaphragm

3. Collimating Lens

4. Theta Modulation Plate

5. Paper Clip

6. Fourier Transform Lens

7. Ground Glass Screen


LEOK-40 Modern Optics Experiment Kit

LEOK-40 Modern Optics Experiment Kit

Note: stainless steel optical table or breadboard not provided

Features

  • Including He-Ne laser, Sodium, Mercury, and white-light lamps

  • Including air chamber with gauge for refractive index measurement of air

  • Flexible configurations to cover 18 experiments in modern optics

  • Detailed instruction manual








Introduction

LEOK-40 is a comprehensive experiment kit designed to cover a wide range of experiments in modern optics, such as applied optics, information optics, physical optics, and holography. Composed of multiple optics, opto-mechanics, and light sources, this kit can be configured flexibly for conducting various experiments in modern optics. By using this comprehensive kit, students can get a better understanding of modern optics, and enhance their experimental skills and problem solving ability.

 

The following experimental examples can be conducted using this kit:

 

1. Measure lens focal length using auto-collimation method
2. Measure lens focal length using displacement method
3. Measure air refractive index by building a Michelson interferometer
4. Measure the nodal locations and focal length of a lens-group 
5. Assemble a telescope and measure its magnification
6. Observe the six types of aberrations of a lens
7. Construct a Mach-Zehnder interferometer

8. Construct a Sagnac interferometer

9. Measure the wavelength separation of Sodium D-lines using a Fabry-Perot interferometer

10. Construct a prism spectrographic system

11. Record and reconstruct holograms

12. Record a holographic grating

13. Abbe imaging and optical spatial filtering

14. Pseudo-color encoding

15. Measure grating constant

16. Optical image addition and subtraction

17. Optical image differentiation

18. Fraunhofer diffraction


Part List

DescriptionPart No.Qty
XYZ translation on magnetic baseSZ-011
X-Z translation on magnetic baseSZ-021
Z translation on magnetic baseSZ-032
Magnetic baseSZ-044
Two-axis mirror holderSZ-072
Lens holderSZ-082
Grating/Prism tableSZ-101
Plate holderSZ-121
White screenSZ-131
Object screenSZ-141
Iris diaphragmSZ-151
2-D adjustable holder (for light source)SZ-191
Sample stageSZ-201
Single-sided adjustable slitSZ-271
Lens group holderSZ-281
Standing rulerSZ-331
Direct measuring microscope holderSZ-361
Single-sided rotary slitSZ-401
Biprism holderSZ-411
Laser holderSZ-421
Ground glass screenSZ-431
Paper clipSZ-501
Beam expander holderSZ-601
Beam expander (f=4.5, 6.2 mm)
1 each
Lens (f=45, 50, 70, 190, 225, 300 mm)
1 each
Lens (f=150 mm)
2
Doublet Lens (f=105 mm)
1
Direct measurement microscope (DMM)
1
Plane mirror
3
Beam splitter (7:3)
1
Beam splitter (5:5)
2
Dispersion prism
1
Transmission grating (20 l/mm & 100 l/mm)
1 each
Composite grating (100 l/mm and 102 l/mm)
1
Character with grid
1
Transparent crosshair
1
Checkerboard
1
Small hole (dia 0.3 mm)
1
Silver salt holographic plates (12 plates of 90 mm x 240 mm per plate)
1 box
Millimeter ruler
1
Theta modulation plate
1
Hartman diaphragm
1
Small object
1
Filter
2
Spatial filter set
1
He-Ne laser with power supplyLLL-2 (>1.5 mW@632.8 nm)1
Low-pressure Mercury bulb with housing20 W1
Low-pressure Sodium bulb with housing and power supply20 W1
White light sourceLLC-3 (12 V/30 W, variable)1
Fabry-Perot interferometer
1
Air chamber with pump and gauge
1
Manual counter4 digits, counts 0 ~ 99991


Note: a stainless steel optical table or breadboard (1200 mm x 600 mm) is needed for use with this kit.

LEOK-40 Modern Optics-1.jpgSchematic of measuring focal length using displacement method


S: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

P: Object Screen

L: Convex Lens

H: White Screen


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-2.jpgSchematic of determining nodal

locations of a lens group


S: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

P: Biprism

L0: Collimating Lens

L1, L2: Lens Group

E: Eyepiece


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-3.jpg

Schematic of constructing a

Sagnec interferometer


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-4.jpg

Schematic of recording holograms


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-5.jpgSchematic of Abbe imaging and

optical spatial filtering


1. He-Ne laser

2. Beam expander

3. Collimating lens

4. Grating

5. Fourier lens

6. White screen


LEOK-40 Modern Optics-6.jpg

Schematic diagram of pseudo-color

encoding and color composition


1: Bromine Tungsten Lamp

2. Iris Diaphragm

3. Collimating Lens

4. Theta Modulation Plate

5. Paper Clip

6. Fourier Transform Lens

7. Ground Glass Screen


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