Abstract

A modification of the multipass Twyman–Green interferometer is suggested that avoids the walk-off problem. Also, a data reduction scheme has been developed that permits most of the aberrations of the ancillary optics to be separated from those of the test piece.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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