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Optics Physics

Wave Optics Leaflets P5.3.3.1

Newton’s Rings

Newton’s Rings

in Transmitted

Monochromatic Light

To demonstrate Newton’s rings in transmitted light as a system of interference rings between a flat glass plate and a

planoconvex lens.

To determine the bending radius of the planoconvex lens by measuring the Newton’s rings when illuminating with the

yellow light of the sodium spectrum.

To investigate the dependency of the Newton’s rings on the wavelength of the light by illuminating with monochromatic

light from the mercury spectrum.

Principles

In creating Newton’s rings, a very slightly curved convex lens

is placed so that it touches a flat glass plate. This forms a

wedge of air with one spherically curved boundary surface.

When this arrangement is illuminated with normally incident

parallel light, concentric interference rings are formed around

the point at which the two surfaces touch. We can observe

these interference rings both in reflection and in transmitted

light The distances between the interference rings are not

constant, as one of the boundary surfaces of the “air wedge”

is curved.

0106-Kem/Sel

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P5.3.3.1 LD Physics Leaflets

Apparatus

1 Glass plates for Newton’s rings . . . . . . 471 11

2 Lenses in holder, f = + 100 mm . . . . . . . 460 03

1 Iris diaphragm in holder . . . . . . . . . . . 460 26

1 Holder with spring clips . . . . . . . . . . . 460 22

1 Optical bench, 1 m, standard cross-section 460 32

6 Optics riders, H = 60 mm, W = 36 mm . . . 460 353

1 Spectral lamp, Hg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451 062

1 Housing for spectral lamp . . . . . . . . . 451 16

1 Universal choke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451 30

1 Mercury light filter, green . . . . . . . . . . 468 31

1 Mercury light filter, blue . . . . . . . . . . . 468 32

1 Saddle base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 11

In Fig. 1, a light wave L coming from the left strikes an air for small thicknesses d. The rings of constructive interference,

wedge with the thickness d between two glass plates. The i. e. the bright rings, can thus be calculated from

partial wave T1 is reflected at the left-hand boundary surface rn2 = (n − 1) ⋅ R ⋅ l where n = 1, 2, 3 … (IV)

between the glass plate and the air wedge. The partial wave

T2 passes through the air wedge. The reflection of partial wave As the planoconvex lens is compressed slightly at the point of

T3 at the right-hand boundary surface occurs in conjunction contact due to the contact pressure, we must modify equation

with a phase shift, as this involves reflection at a medium with (III) accordingly. A better approximation of the actual relation-

a higher refractive index. Partial wave T4 is first reflected at the ships is

right-hand boundary surface and then at the left-hand bound- r2

ary surface, and its phase shifts each time. Additional partial d=

2R

− d0 for r$

√ 0

2 Rd . (V)

waves, here represented with T5, are created by multiple re-

flection in the air wedge, with the corresponding phase shifts. For the radii rn of the bright interference rings, the relationship

We can now observe the interference of the partial waves T1, rn2 = (n − 1) R l + 2 R d0 where n = 2, 3 … . (VI)

T3 and further partial waves in reflection, and T2, T4 and further applies.

partial waves in transmitted light.

The path difference D between T2 and T4 is

l

D=2d+2⋅ (I).

2

Fig. 2: Schematic representation of the “air wedge” between the

The condition for constructive interference glass plate and the planoconvex lens

D = n ⋅ l where n = 1,2,3 …

is thus fulfilled when

l

d = (n−1) ⋅ where n = 1,2,3 … (II)

2

When the two glass plates are touching, i. e. for d = 0, construc-

tive interference always occurs in the direction of propagation,

regardless of the wavelength of the incident light. In reflection,

we always observe extinction in this case due to the simple

phase shift of T3. At a finite distance, the interference depends

on the thickness d of the air wedge and the wavelength l of the

light. For the air wedge bounded by a convex lens, and for

transmitted light, the situation is as follows:

The thickness d is dependent on the distance r from the point

of contact between the convex lens and the glass plate, as well

as on the bending radius R of the convex lens. Fig. 2 illustrates

the relationship

R2 = r2 + (r – d)2,

from which we derive the relationship

r2

d= (III)

2R

2

LD Physics Leaflets P5.3.3.1

Fig. 3: Experiment setup on the optical bench with positioning specifications in cm for the left-hand edge of each optics rider

(a) Na (or Hg) spectral lamp

(b) Object holder

(c) Lens, f = 100 mm

(d) Plates for Newton’s rings

Setup (e) Lens, f = 100 mm

(f) Iris diaphragm

Note: darken the room as much as possible when carrying out

measurements.

– Hold the “plates for Newton’s rings” in front of a bright

background and observe them in reflected light.

Completely loosen the three knurled screws first.

– Carefully tighten the knurled screws until Carrying out the experiment:

a) the glass plates touch (i. e. no more interference rings Note:

emerge from the center and the innermost interference ring Once you have adjusted the plates for Newton’s rings, do not

is dark); change their settings. In particular, avoid touching the adjusting

b) the ring system is precisely in the middle of the scale screws.

(the ring system always moves toward the knurled screw

that is being tightened). a) Measuring with the Na-spectral lamp:

Note: increasing the contact pressure further will deform the – Optimize the bright-dark contrast of the Newton’s rings

plates. using the iris diaphragm (f).

– Measure and record the left-hand intersection point rL and

Setting up the optical bench the right-hand intersection point rR of the bright rings with

the scale.

Fig. 3 shows the experiment setup.

– Mount the optical components on the optical bench; ob- b) Measuring with the Hg-spectral lamp:

serve the positioning specifications for the left edge of the

optics riders. Attention:

Allow the spectral lamps to cool down before removing them,

– Place the translucent screen at a distance of 1 to 2 m.

or handle them with a cloth.

– Set up the holder for the “plates for Newton’s rings” (d) so

that the adjusting screws face the translucent screen. Slide – Replace the Na spectral lamp with the Hg lamp.

the optics rider as close as possible to the lens (c). – Switch on the universal choke and wait for the warm-up

– Place the Na-spectral lamp in the setup. Connect the phase of a few minutes to elapse.

universal choke and switch it on. After a warm-up phase of – Observe the Newton’s rings with colored fringes.

a few minutes, move the optics rider until the “plates for – Clamp the yellow filter in the object holder. Optimize the

Newton’s rings” are optimally illuminated. bright-dark contrast of the Newton’s rings using the iris

– Vary the position of lens (e) or the translucent screen until diaphragm (f).

a sharp image of the Newton’s rings appears and the scale – Measure and record the left-hand intersection point rL and

is clearly recognizable. the right-hand intersection point rR of the bright rings with

– You may need to check and readjust the “plates for New- the scale.

ton’s rings” using the knurled screws (the innermost ring is – Repeat the measurement with the green and blue color

now bright!). filters.

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P5.3.3.1 LD Physics Leaflets

Measuring example

r2

Table 1: Left and right scale intersections of the Newton’s

mm2

rings for illumination with yellow Na-spectral light

100

rL rR

No.

mm mm

2 3.9 3.8

50

3 5.3 5.1

4 6.3 6.0

5 7.2 6.8 0

5 10 n-1

6 8.0 7.4

7 8.7 8.1

Fig. 4: Relationship between the radii r of the bright interference

8 9.2 8.7

rings and their consecutive number n for illumination with

9 9.9 9.3 the light of the Na-D line

10 10.3 9.9

11 10.8 10.2

Fig. 5 illustrates the relationship between rn2 and n for the

Table 2: Left and right scale intersections of the Newton’s

spectral lines of the Hg lamp. The slope of the drawn straight

rings for illumination with yellow, green and blue Hg-spectral

lines increases proportionately with the wavelength of the Hg

light

lines, in close agreement with equation (VI) (see Table 3).

Yellow Green Blue

rL rR rL rR rL rR r2

No.

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm2

50

4 6.3 6.0 6.2 5.9 5.5 5.4

2 4 6 8n-1

8 9.2 8.7 8.9 8.4 8.1 7.8

Fig. 5: Relationship between the radii r of the bright interference

9 9.8 9.2 9.5 9.0 8.7 8.2 rings and their consecutive number n for illumination with

the yellow (triangles), green (squares) and blue (circles)

light of the Hg spectrum.

Evaluation

a) Measuring with the Na-spectral lamp: Table 3: Slope a of the graphs from Fig. 5

The measurement results from Table 1 are shown in graph form l a

Color

in Fig. 4. Each radius r is determined as the mean value of the nm mm2

respective measurements for rL and rR. Blue 436 8.3

The line through the measurement points has the slope: Green 546 10.1

Dr2 Yellow 579 10,7

= 10.7 mm2.

D (n−1)

Using equation (VI) and the wavelength of the Na-D line l = Result

589 nm, we can calculate the bending radius of the convex

lens as the value The concentric structure and the change in the distance be-

tween the Newton’s rings can be explained in terms of the

R = 18.3 m spherical curvature of the convex lens which forms one of the

The axis section boundaries of the air wedge.

r2(n = 1) = 5.0 mm2 When the setup is illuminated with white light the interference

rings are surrounded by colored fringes, because the diameter

corresponds to a flattening of the lens on contact by the value of the interference rings increases with the wavelength (see (IV)

d0 = 0.14 mm and (VI)).

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