Proceedings PaperOff-axis white light scatter interferometry arrangement for large-aperture transmissive elements
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White light scattering interference, first observed by Newton, generates wide aperture fringe patterns permitting identification of the position of zero order interference. High autonomous fringe contrast level was noted and is explained and optimum scatterer density quantified. Applications to large lenses and prisms are considered.