Abstract

The use of small master angle prisms optically contacted to a large prism offers a method for reduplicating reflecting angle surfaces of prisms by interferometric measurements. Optical working and testing procedures are described for making a typical prism—the penta prism was selected.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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