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Michelson Interferometer Educational Kit


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White Light Interference Generated with the Michelson Interferometer Kit
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Michelson Interferometer Educational Kit

  • Designed for Educational, Demonstration, and Classroom Use
  • Complete Kit Includes All Hardware Except Variable Power Supply for the Thermal Expansion Experiment (12 VDC, 2 A)
  • Extensive Manual and Teaching Materials Provided
  • Easy to Assemble and Use
  • Choose from Kits Containing Imperial or Metric Components

Experiment

  • Build and Examine the Properties of a Michelson Interferometer
  • Examine the Second Output of the Interferometer
  • Use the Interferometer as a Sensitive Spectrometer
  • Generate White Light Interference
  • Learn how the Interference Pattern is Affected by the Coherence Length of the Source
  • Use the Interferometer to Measure the Physical Properties of Materials
    • Refractive Index of Plexiglas® Plates
    • Thermal Expansion Coefficient of an Aluminum Rod

Thorlabs' Michelson Interferometer Demonstration Kit highlights several ways that an interferometer can be used to take highly sensitive measurements. A laser and LEDs allow students to explore the concept of interference and examine how the coherence length of different light sources will affect the interferometer output. The interferometer can be aligned to produce white light interference using the included white LED, as shown in the photo to the right. Students can also use the setup to determine the refractive index of Plexiglas plates and the thermal expansion coefficient of an aluminum rod.

Thorlabs Educational Products

Thorlabs' line of educational products aims to promote physics, optics, and photonics by covering many classic experiments, as well as emerging fields of research. Each kit includes all the necessary components and a manual that contains both detailed setup instructions and extensive teaching materials. These kits are being offered at the price of the included components, with the educational materials offered for free. Technical support from our educational team is available both before and after purchase.

Purchasing Note: Each kit contains both the English and German language versions of the manual, as well as US-, UK-, and European-style power cords. Please contact Tech Support if you need a different cord style or power supply. The kits can be made portable using the CPS1 5 VDC Battery Pack (sold separately) to power the laser diode module or LEDs. As with all products on our website, taxes are not included in the price shown below.

Thorlabs' Michelson Interferometer Kit allows students to build a basic Michelson Interferometer and use their system to measure physical properties of a laser source and several materials. The kit includes all of the components needed to create a functioning interferometer including light sources, mirrors, a beamsplitter cube, and screen. The manual (available on our website and included with each kit) includes an explanation of the underlying theory behind each experiment as well as detailed instructions. A summary of the experiments supported by the kit is provided below.

Michelson Interferometer

Students begin by building and aligning the interferometer so that they can observe the interference generated by the path length difference in the interferometer arms. The basic setup consists of a green laser source on a kinematic mount, a beamsplitter, one mirror mounted on a translation stage, a second mirror in a kinematic mount on a fixed post, and a screen, as shown in the schematic in Figure 1.

A common misconception among students is that light from the system is lost when destructive interference is observed on the viewing screen. To address this, an additional beamsplitter plate is included to allow students to observe the second output of the interferometer, i.e., the light that travels back towards the laser output, as shown in Figure 2. Students can see that when a bright spot is observed at the center of the interference pattern from the primary interferometer output, the secondary interferometer output has a dark spot at the center (see Figure 3). The light is simply re-distributed, not lost from the system.

Michelson Interferometer
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Figure 3. A closeup of both interferometer outputs, as they appear on the screen in Figure 2. The output that propagates towards the laser is on the right, while the output that propagates perpendicular to the input laser is on the left.
Michelson Interferometer
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Figure 2. The kit includes a second beamsplitter that allows students to observe the output of the interferometer in the direction of the laser and compare it to the main output of the interferometer.
Michelson Interferometer
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Figure 1. A Schematic of the Beam Path in a Basic Michelson Interferometer

Wavelength Measurement and Using the Interferometer as a Spectrometer

The kit guides students through an experiment that allows them to determine the wavelength of the included laser source, and then measure the wavelength difference between two spectral peaks in the laser's emission profile. To perform the first experiment, students count the number of light-dark-light transitions that occur as the mirror is moved a specified distance using a translation mount with a micrometer drive. Then, the wavelength can be calculated using the equation:

where Δx is the distance that the mirror is moved, N is the number of transitions, and λ is the wavelength of the laser.

Next, students can use the interferometer to determine the wavelength split of the peaks of the laser emission profile. Since the laser emits simultaneously at several different wavelengths, each wavelength will produce its own interference pattern. At certain path length differences between the interferometer arms, the interference patterns from two wavelength peaks will overlap perfectly and be visible with good contrast between the dark and light fringes. At certain distances, however, the bright fringes of one interference pattern will overlap with the dark fringes of the other interference pattern, producing a pattern with poor contrast. By measuring the change in path length difference as the contrast shifts from poor, to good, and back to poor, students can calculate the wavelength difference between the two peaks in the laser's emission spectrum.

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Figure 4. The kit includes a white light LED that can be used to observe white light interference, allowing students to explore the concept of coherence length.

Coherence Length and White Light Interference

A Michelson Interferometer provides an intuitive way to explore the concept of coherence length: in this context, the coherence length of a source corresponds to the maximum difference in path length between the interferometer arms that still allows interference to be observed. In this kit, students can use their setup to measure the coherence length of red and white LEDs, using the setup shown in Figure 4. After installing an LED in the interferometer, students adjust the position of one mirror until the interference pattern is close to disappearing. The coherence length should be approximately two times the difference between the positions of the two mirrors. They can then calculate an estimated coherence length from the wavelength and bandwidth of the source using the following equation:

where ΔLc is the coherence length, λ0 is the center wavelength, and Δλ is the bandwidth, in order to compare their experimental results with theory.

After aligning their setup using the laser and red LED, students can place the included white LED in the setup to generate white light interference.

Michelson Interferometer
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Figure 5. Rotating a Plexiglas plate in one interferometer arm allows the refractive index to be measured.

Determining the Refractive Index of a Material

The kit includes two Plexiglas® plates, 8 mm and 12 mm thick, so that students can use the interferometer to measure the refractive index of this material. A Plexiglas plate is placed into one of the interferometer arms perpendicular to the beam path (see Figure 5). Since the plate has a different index of refraction than the surrounding air, light passing through the interferometer arm with the plate will see a different effective optical path length than light in the other interferometer arm. If the plate is rotated, the thickness of the material in the beam path increases; as a result, the optical path length experienced by light traveling along that arm of the interferometer also changes. The change in optical path length can be determined by counting the number of light-dark-light transitions in the center of the interference pattern as the plate is rotated through a given angle. The refractive index, n, of the material can be calculated using the following equation:

where N is the number of light-dark-light transitions, λ is the wavelength of the laser light, t is the thickness of the Plexiglas plate, and α is the rotation angle of the plate. A detailed description of how to derive this equation based on the interferometer geometry is provided for students in the manual.

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Figure 6. One mirror of the interferometer is mounted on the end of an aluminum rod that is wrapped in a heater. The rod temperature is monitored, allowing the coefficient of thermal expansion to be calculated using the temperature change and total number of fringes that move out of the center of the interference pattern as the rod expands. 

Measuring the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

The final experiment enabled by the kit allows the thermal expansion coefficient of an aluminum rod to be measured using the kit. The rod is wrapped in a foil heater and mounted with a mirror attached to one end, as shown in Figure 6.* This assembly takes the place of the mirror at the end of one of the interferometer arms, and the setup is aligned so that interference is visible. A temperature sensor is inserted into the back end of the aluminum rod, allowing the rod temperature to be recorded. The resistive heater is connected to a voltage source, heating the rod and causing it to expand; this, in turn, causes the mirror position to shift. Students count the number of dark-light transitions that occur at the center of the interference pattern during this process, which corresponds to the change in the optical path length caused by the expansion of the rod due to heating. The coefficient of thermal expansion, α, can be calculated from the number of light-dark-light transitions and temperature change as follows:

where N is the number of light-dark-light transitions, λ is the wavelength of the light source, L0 is the original length of the rod, and ΔT is the temperature change.

*The necessary variable power supply to drive the heater is not provided in the kit.

Michelson Interferometer Educational Kit Components

Michelson Interferometer Educational Kit

Thorlabs' Michelson Interferometer Educational Kit is available in imperial and metric versions. In cases where the metric and imperial kits contain parts with different item numbers, metric measurements are indicated by parentheses unless otherwise noted.

Description EDU-MINT1
Item #
EDU-MINT1/M
Item #
Qty.
Basic Interferometer Components
Steel Breadboard, 12" x 18" (30 cm x 45 cm) B1218FE B3045AE 1
Rubber Damping Feet, Set of 4 RDF1 1
Collimated Laser Diode Module,
532 nm, Class II
CPS532-C2 1
5 VDC Regulated Power Supply with Phono Plug LDS5a LDS5-ECa 1
Ø1" Unthreaded Adapter for
Ø11 mm Components
AD11NT 1
Ø1" Kinematic Mirror Mount KM100 2
Ø1" Protected Silver Mirror PF10-03-P01 2
Z-Axis Translation Mount SM1ZP SM1ZP/M 1
Height Spacer, 2" x 3" x 0.25"
(50 mm x 75 mm x 6.25 mm)
BA2S5 BA2S5/M 1
Base, 2" x 3" x 3/8" (50 mm x 75 mm x 10 mm) BA2 BA2/M 2
Plastic Viewing Screen EDU-VS1 EDU-VS1/M 1
Ø1" Lens Mount LMR1 LMR1/M 1
Ø1" N-BK7 Bi-Convex Lens, f = 50.0 mm LB1471 1
Non-Polarizing Beamsplitter Cube,
400 - 700 nm
CCM1-BS013 CCM1-BS013/M 1
1.5" (30 mm) Long Universal Post Holder UPH1.5 UPH30/M 4
Ø1/2" Post, 1.5" Long TR1.5 N/Ab 4
Ø12.7 mm Post, 30 mm Long N/Ac TR30/M 2
Ø12.7 mm Post, 40 mm Long N/Ac TR40/M 2
Components to Observe 2nd Interferometer Output
Ø1" Economy Beamsplitter EBS1 1
Ø1" Lens Mount LMR1 LMR1/M 1
Ø1/2" (Ø12.7 mm) Post, 1.5" (40 mm) Long TR1.5 TR40/M 1
  • Our Michelson Interferometer Kits can be made portable using the CPS1 5 VDC Battery Pack (sold separately) to power the laser diode module or LEDs.
  • This item is not included in the metric kit.
  • This item is not included in the imperial kit.
Description EDU-MINT1
Item #
EDU-MINT1/M
Item #
Qty.
Refractive Index Measurement
High-Precision Rotation Mount PR01 PR01/M 1
General Purpose Plate Holder FP01 1
Plexiglas Plate, 8 mm Thick - 1
Plexiglas Plate, 12 mm Thick - 1
Interference with LEDs
Red LED with USB Connector, 635 nma - 2
White LED with USB Connectorb - 2
LED Mount LEDMF 2
1.5" (40 mm) Long Universal Post Holder UPH1.5 UPH40/M 2
Ø1/2" (Ø12.7 mm) Post, 1.5" (40 mm) Long TR1.5 TR40/M 2
5 VDC Regulated Power Supply with USB DS5c 1
Ruler, 12" (30 cm) - 1
Thermal Expansion Setup
Mirror Holder for Ø1" Optics MH25 1
Ø1" Aluminum Mirror ME1-G01 1
Aluminum Post, Ø12.7 mm x 90 mm Long - 1
Right-Angle Post Clamp RA90 RA90/M 1
Ø1/2" (Ø12.7 mm) Post, 2" (50 mm) Long TR2 TR50/M 1
1.5" (40 mm) Long Post Holder PH1.5 PH40/M 1
Base, 1" x 2.3" x 3/8"
(25 mm x 58 mm x 10 mm)
BA1S BA1S/M 1
Digital Thermometer - 1
Sensor - 1
Foil Heater with 10 kΩ Thermistor HT10K 1
Crocodile Clip to Banana Plug Cable - 1
Electrical Tape - 1
  • This item consists of the LED631E LED connected to a 150 Ω resistor and a USB cable.
  • This item consists of the LEDWE-15 LED connected to a 91 Ω resistor and a USB cable.
  • Our Michelson Interferometer Kits can be made portable using the CPS1 5 VDC Battery Pack (sold separately) to power the laser diode module or LEDs.

Imperial Kit: Included Hardware and Screws

Description Item # Qty.
3/16" Balldriver for 1/4"-20 Cap Screwsa BD-3/16L 1
1/8" Hex Keya - 1
3/32" Hex Keya - 1
1/16" Hex Keya - 1
1/4-20 Cap Screw, 1/4" Long SH25S025b 2
1/4-20 Cap Screw, 3/8" Long SH25S038b 1
1/4-20 Cap Screw, 1/2" Long SH25S050b 4
1/4-20 Cap Screw, 5/8" Long SH25S063b 9
1/4-20 Cap Screw, 3/4" Long SH25S075b 4
8-32 Cap Screw, 1/4" Long SH8S025c 3
8-32 Cap Screw, 3/8" Long SH8S038c 1
8-32 Cap Screw, 5/8" Long - 3
#1/4 Washer W25S050d 15
1/4" Counterbore Adapter Ring for 8-32 Screws SD1e 4
  • Additional balldrivers and hex keys are available here.
  • This kit contains the number of screws indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement screws, which are sold in packages of 25, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of screws indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement screws, which are sold in packages of 50, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of washers indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement washers, which are sold in packages of 100, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of counterbore adapters indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement adapters, which are sold in packages of 10, are available by ordering the Item # listed.

Metric Kit: Included Hardware and Screws

Description Item # Qty.
5 mm Balldriver for M6 Cap Screwsa BD-5ML 1
3 mm Hex Keya - 1
2 mm Hex Keya - 1
1.5 mm Hex Keya - 1
M6 Cap Screw, 8 mm Long - 2
M6 Cap Screw, 10 mm Long SH6MS10b 1
M6 Cap Screw, 12 mm Long SH6MS12b 4
M6 Cap Screw, 16 mm Long SH6MS16b 9
M6 Cap Screw, 20 mm Long SH6MS20b 4
M4 Cap Screw, 6 mm Long SH4MS06c 3
M4 Cap Screw, 10 mm Long SH4MS10c 1
M4 Cap Screw, 16 mm Long SH4MS16c 3
M6 Washer W25S050d 15
M6 Counterbore Adapter Ring for M4 Screws SD1e 4
  • Additional balldrivers and hex keys are available here.
  • This kit contains the number of screws indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement screws, which are sold in packages of 25, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of screws indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement screws, which are sold in packages of 50, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of washers indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement washers, which are sold in packages of 100, are available by ordering the Item # listed.
  • This kit contains the number of counterbore adapters indicated in the Qty. column. Replacement adapters, which are sold in packages of 10, are available by ordering the Item # listed.

Gravitational Wave Detection with Michelson Interferometers

A recent application of the Michelson interferometer that attracted a lot of international attention is gravitational-wave detection. Gravitational waves are oscillations in spacetime curvature produced by colliding black holes, neutron stars, and other astrophysical processes that involve a dense concentration of mass-energy moving at relativistic speeds. A network of laser interferometers has been constructed in several countries to detect these waves. This includes the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) in the United States, VIRGO in Italy, GEO600 in Germany, and KAGRA in Japan. All of these experiments consist of a Michelson interferometer with kilometer-scale arm lengths. The mirrors are suspended and free to swing in the plane of the interferometer. A passing gravitational wave will shrink the mirror-beamsplitter distance in one arm of the interferometer while stretching that distance in the other arm. The oscillating shrinking/stretching pattern induced by the passing wave is recorded as an oscillating signal in the photodetector.


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Loud music with a strong bass line causes fluctuations in the interference pattern.

On September 14, 2015 the twin LIGO detectors (in Washington state and Louisiana) made the first direct detection of a gravitational wave. The signal (which was measured with high confidence in both detectors) was produced by an orbiting pair of black holes that merged together about a billion light years away. This signal caused the LIGO mirrors to move by about 10-18 meters, or nearly one-thousandth the diameter of a proton. Michelson interferometers can thus perform some of the most sensitive length measurements possible. LIGO and its partner observatories are vastly more complicated than the interferometer in this kit, but the fundamental physical principle behind their operation is Michelson interferometry.

Once the Michelson interferometer is assembled, it can be used as a simple classroom demonstration of the operating principles behind gravitational-wave detectors like LIGO, Virgo, and GEO600. In those kilometer-scale interferometers the mirrors are free to swing in the plane of the interferometer in response to passing gravitational waves. Those waves shrink one arm of the interferometer while stretching the other. In our kit interferometer, the mirrors do not swing, but the effect of a gravitational wave can be mimicked by a local vibration of the table top or an acoustic source. This will change the relative length between the two arms, resulting in an oscillation of the fringe pattern and a change in brightness of the central maximum.

More information about LIGO and the detection of gravitational waves can be found here:
LIGO Scientific Collaboration Homepage
LIGO Laboratory Homepage
Advanced LIGO Project Homepage

We cordially thank the LIGO collaboration, in particular Marc Favata, Nancy Aggarwal, and Maggie Tse, for this addition to the webpage.

Interferometer Demonstration Kit Comparison

Thorlabs offers three demonstration kits that make use of an interferometry setup. Each kit is designed to target a different topic and includes accessories to support the experiments described in the kit manual. The EDU-MINT1 interferometer kit is designed to explore the experimental uses of a Michelson Interferometer, while the EDU-BT1 and EDU-QE1 analogy demonstrations are designed to explore concepts in quantum mechanics. Due to the nature of the experiments in the EDU-MINT1 kit, an intrinsically damped breadboard is included to minimize vibrations as students interact with the setup. This added feature supports some of the more challenging experiments, especially the wavelength measurement and white light interference exercises. The other two demonstration kits are built on lighter, aluminum breadboards as the experiments outlined in these kits require less interaction with the setups and vibration is therefore less of an issue. The table below outlines the key features and educational topics addressed by each kit to aid in choosing the best option for your classroom.

Interferometer Type Michelson Mach-Zehnder
Kit Item # EDU-MINT1(/M) EDU-BT1(/M) EDU-QE1(/M)
Description Michelson Interferometer Demonstration Kit "Bomb Tester" Demonstration Kit Quantum Eraser Demonstration Kit
Kit Photo
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Underlying Concept Use a Michelson Interferometer as a Sensitive Instrument for
Measuring Physical Properties
Explore the "Bomb Tester" Thought Experiment
with an Analogy Demonstration
Explore the Dual Particle/Wave Nature of Light
with an Analogy Demonstration
Light Sources Laser (Class 2), Red LED, White LED Laser (Class 2) Laser (Class 2)
Breadboard Steel Breadboard, 12" x 18" (30 cm x 45 cm)
with Intrinsic Damping to
Decrease the Effect of Vibrations
Aluminum Breadboard, 12" x 12" (30 cm x 30 cm) Aluminum Breadboard, 18" x 24" (45 cm x 60 cm)
Other Accessories
Additional Beamsplitter to Observe Second Interferometer Output

Plexiglass Plates and Rotation Mount
for Refractive Index Measurements

Aluminum Rod, Heater, and Thermometer
for Thermal Expansion Coefficient Measurement
Detector for Measuring the Probability of
Different States in the Analogy Experiment
Polarizers to Observe the Effect of
Polarization on the Interference Pattern
Educational Aspects
  • Build and Examine the Properties of a Michelson Interferometer
  • Examine the Second Output of the Interferometer
  • Use the Interferometer as a Sensitive Spectrometer
  • Generate White Light Interference
  • Learn how the Interference Pattern is Affected by the Coherence Length of the Source
  • Use the Interferometer to Measure the Physical Properties of Materials
    • Refractive Index of Plexiglas® Plates
    • Thermal Expansion Coefficient of an Aluminum Rod
  • Photons Create an Interference Pattern in a Michelson Interferometer
  • Examines the Principle of Interaction-Free Quantum Measurement
  • "Marking" a Photon with Path Information Destroys the Interference Pattern
  • Photons Create an Interference Pattern in a Mach-Zehnder Interferometer
  • Demonstrates Complementarity of Particle/Wave Duality of Light
  • Polarization "Marks" and "Erases" Each Photon's Path Information

Upgrading Kits

Upgrading the EDU-MINT1(/M) to perform like the EDU-BT1(/M) is simple; the only additional components are a photodetector and necessary mounting hardware. See the links below for the list of items required for this upgrade.

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Item #QtyDescription
SM05PD1A1Large Area Mounted Silicon Photodiode, 350-1100 nm, Cathode Grounded
SM05D51SM05 Lever-Actuated Iris Diaphragm (Ø0.7 - Ø5 mm)
SM05M101SM05 Lens Tube Without External Threads, 1" Long, Two Retaining Rings Included
SM05RC1Ø0.70" Slip Ring for SM05 Lens Tubes, 8-32 Tap
CA28121SMA Coaxial Cable, SMA Male to BNC Male, 12" (304 mm)
T32851BNC Adapter - T Adapter (F-M-F)
FT1041100 kΩ Fixed Stub-Style BNC Terminator
T14521BNC Female to Binding Post
TR11Ø1/2" Optical Post, SS, 8-32 Setscrew, 1/4"-20 Tap, L = 1"
PH11Ø1/2" Post Holder, Spring-Loaded Hex-Locking Thumbscrew, L = 1"
BA21Mounting Base, 2" x 3" x 3/8"
View Metric Product List
Item #QtyDescription
SM05PD1A1Large Area Mounted Silicon Photodiode, 350-1100 nm, Cathode Grounded
SM05D51SM05 Lever-Actuated Iris Diaphragm (Ø0.7 - Ø5 mm)
SM05M101SM05 Lens Tube Without External Threads, 1" Long, Two Retaining Rings Included
SM05RC/M1Ø0.70" Slip Ring for SM05 Lens Tubes, M4 Tap
CA28121SMA Coaxial Cable, SMA Male to BNC Male, 12" (304 mm)
T32851BNC Adapter - T Adapter (F-M-F)
FT1041100 kΩ Fixed Stub-Style BNC Terminator
T14521BNC Female to Binding Post
TR30/M1Ø12.7 mm Optical Post, SS, M4 Setscrew, M6 Tap, L = 30 mm
PH30/M1Ø12.7 mm Post Holder, Spring-Loaded Hex-Locking Thumbscrew, L=30 mm
BA2/M1Mounting Base, 50 mm x 75 mm x 10 mm

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This is a response from Wolfgang at Thorlabs. Thank you for your feedback! Yes, it is possible to buy this kit without a breadboard as a special item. I have contacted you directly to discuss the further details.
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