Photonics Dictionary

Hubner rhomb

A glass rhomb that is used in photometry to compare two illuminated surfaces. This is accomplished by the rhomb's angles, which transmit two light beams, one from each of the two surfaces, so that they emerge juxtaposed at the rhomb's fine edge.
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