Abstract

In the paper a new method of the sign establishment for the right-angle deviation error in prisms is described. The method has been developed on the basis of the known autocollimation method of right-angle control and consists of introducing polarized light. Some examples of how to establish the right-angle deviation error sign are given.

© 1966 Optical Society of America

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