Abstract

Interferometric tests of convex surfaces for large-N.A. lens systems often present problems. We show how such surfaces can be tested with a reference surface having a much smaller N.A. by making use of the aplanatic imaging properties of a spherical surface.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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