haidinger-fringes

Haidinger fringes

[hahy-ding-er]
noun Optics.
interference fringes produced by light passing through thick glass plates at near-normal incidence.

Origin:
named after Wilhelm Karl von Haidinger (1795–1871), Austrian mineralogist

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