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An Optic prism is a transparent geometric optical figure with flat, polished planes that refracts light in order to break a beam of white light up into its constituent spectral colors or split the light into different components with different polarizations.
The Prisms are useful for analyzing and reflecting light. An ordinary triangular prism can separate white light into its constituent spectrum color. Prisms of this kind are used in certain spectroscopes, instruments for analyzing light and for determining the identity and structure of materials that emit or absorb light. Also, Prisms can reverse the direction of light by internal reflection, and for this purpose they are useful in binoculars.
The Prisms are helpful for analyzing and reflecting light. A standard triangular prism will separate white light into the constituent spectrum of color. Prisms like this type are being used in various spectroscopes, analyzing light instruments as well as for determining the identity and structure of materials that release or rather consume light. Additionally, Prisms are able to turn light direction using their feature of internal reflection. This attribute makes the Prisms valuable for binoculars.
SK-Advanced Prisms are classified by the shapes of the bases. We Offer Prisms that are made in many different forms shapes and materials, depending on your application needs. However if you don't find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us.