Date: Thu Sep 27 11:02:14 2007

Author: Sam Sampere

Subject: wedge prism

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A few days ago, someone was asking where to find a small angle prism. I
received me Anchor Optics (anchoroptics.com) catalog in the mail today,
along with a present from Dick Berg (thanks Dick!). Experimental grade
wedge prisms with angles ranging from 10 deg down to 0.2 deg can be
purchased for $12 - $14.=20

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Sam

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Sam Sampere=20
Syracuse University=20
Department of Physics=20
201 Physics Building=20
Syracuse, NY 13244=20
315-443-5999=20
315-443-9103 (fax)=20

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A few days ago, someone was asking where to find a =
small
angle prism. I received me Anchor Optics (anchoroptics.com) catalog in =
the mail
today, along with a present from Dick Berg (thanks Dick!). Experimental =
grade
wedge prisms with angles ranging from 10 deg down to 0.2 deg can be =
purchased
for $12 - $14.



Sam



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Sam Sampere
Syracuse University
Department of Physics
201 Physics Building
Syracuse,
NY 13244
315-443-5999
315-443-9103 (fax)









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