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 optical components, adjustable holders, 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
Multi-pinhole disc assemblySZ-231
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
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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