Text S2. Principles of Spectrometer Design.

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Text S2. Principles of Spectrometer Design.
Aplanatic image formation of spectrometer
In Figure S3A, S1 and S2 are the front and rear spherical surfaces of the spherical prism. S3 is the
surface of the concave mirror. I1 is the object point at the entrance slit. I6 is the image point at the
spectral plane. I2-I5 are intermediate image points. I1-I6 are on the concentric spherical surfaces
of S1 and S2. Since the concentric surfaces are an aplanatic pair of image and object conjugates,
the spectrometer is aplanatic. Those concentric surfaces satisfy the relationship 12 1 = 22 2 =
1 2  in Figure S3B.
The detailed image formation of the spectrometer is:
(1) The front surface of prism S1 forms a virtual image of object I1 at the position of its aplanatic
conjugates I2. C1 is the center of surface S1.
(2) Notice that I2 also lies on the aplanatic conjugate surface of the rear prisms spherical surface
S2, which forms the virtual image of I2 at position I3. C2 is the center of surface S2.
(3) Mirror S3 forms a virtual image of I3 at position I4 by reflection. Since I3 and I4 are near the
center of S3, the magnification is 1:1.
(4) Notice that I4 is still at the aplanatic conjugate surface of S2, which relays I4 to I5.
(5) Although I5 doesn’t lie on the inner aplanatic conjugate of S1, it is near the intersection and S1
can still form the real image I6 at the outer aplanatic conjugate of S1. Therefore, this last
refraction is still near aplanatic.
Calculation of spectrometer design
First, given an approximate size of the spectrometer 300 mm, we choose 1 =100 mm, and
2 =120 mm (Figure S3D), the glass type of prism is F2, which has a refractive index nc=1.615
(the refractive index at 656.3 nm). All the calculations follow the aplanatic rule.
1 1 = 1 = 1.615 × 100 = 161.5 mm
2 1 =
5 2 =
1
100
=
= 62 mm

1.615
2
120
=
= 74.3 mm ∗

1.615
*It’s 74.56 mm in the final design, so there is a little offset from the perfect image
3 2 = 2 = 1.615 × 120 = 193.8 mm
3 is decided by making I3 near C3. Since I4 should also be on the outer dotted blue circle, C3
should be near the midpoint of I3 and I4. 3 = 3 2 + 2 + , where  is an arbitrary distance.
For a starting value, we choose  = 25 mm which gives 3 = 338.3 mm (3 = 336 mm in the
final design).
These numbers are chosen to be the starting point of the prism spectrometer design in OSLO.
The radius and angle of the surfaces S2, S3, and the distance between the three surfaces are
adjusted to minimize aberrations (mainly astigmatism, coma, and distortion). The table below
shows the dimensions of the optimized spectrometer design in OSLO.
Dimensions of each surface in OSLO design
Surface
object
1
2
3
4
5
image
Radius
0.00
-100.00
-120.00
-336.00
-120.00
-100.00
0.00
Units are mm.
Thickness
261.50
25.40
36.69
-36.69
-25.4
-259.94
0.00
Glass
Air
F2
Air
Reflect
F2
Air
Air
Notes
Tilt 0.00 deg
Position then tilt (Y-tilt, clockwise) -12.200 deg
Position then tilt (Y-tilt, clockwise) 5.458 deg
Same as S2
Same as S1
Position then tilt (Y-tilt, clockwise) -20.879 deg,
global coordinate: Y is -17.14, Z is -259.94, origin
is at S1
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