Fizeau fringes

Fizeau fringes

[fē′zō ‚frin·jəz]
(optics)
Interference fringes of monochromatic light from interference in a geometrical situation other than plane parallel plates. Also known as fringes of equal thickness.
Interference fringes in light from a Fizeau interferometer.
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