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  1. F. Twyman, Prism and Lens Making (Hilger & Watts Ltd., Hilger Division, London, 1952), pp. 412–413 and 426.
  2. A. S. De Vany, Appl. Opt. 14, 2791 (1975).
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  3. A. S. De Vany, Appl. Opt. 15, 1661 (1976).
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De Vany, A. S.

Twyman, F.

F. Twyman, Prism and Lens Making (Hilger & Watts Ltd., Hilger Division, London, 1952), pp. 412–413 and 426.

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F. Twyman, Prism and Lens Making (Hilger & Watts Ltd., Hilger Division, London, 1952), pp. 412–413 and 426.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Establishing the interferometer by the use of a third mirror (m3) near the prism while testing its 90° roof; it makes for easier replacement of the prism. The dashed lines shows a laser being used to superimpose spots on the optical elements for alignment purposes.

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Fig. 2

The two sets of parallel and slant vee fringes observed in an interferometer while testing the 90° roof of a typical deviation prism.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

The minus and plus glass angles of a typical prism and the one pressure point on the minus glass-angle area for its necessary correction during polishing.

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