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The measurement of short distances by interferometry using low coherence light is a potential option in the study of interfaces between intraocular elements. In this article we describe an experimental device to measure the distance between such interfaces in vitro. The procedure utilizes a Michelson interferometer to generate the probe beams together with a silicate photodetector system and a lock-in synchronous amplifier. The cornea and crystalline lens thickness of a rabbit eyeball aredoi:10.1063/1.1148867 fatcat:dv5trklrafdo5bxoa53nvalqbe