Dichroscopes are used to examine transparent stones. Depending on how the light rays differ in color, the object can be assigned certain properties with regard to its crystal structure. Our dichroscopes display the material brightly and sharply. The device works via a calcite crystal, the light coming from the stone is split into two adjacent, perpendicularly polarized beams. The device is particularly useful for stones with only weak pleochroism.
Technical details at a glance:
■ With calcite crystal
■ Viewing window: Ø 15 mm
■ Dimensions: Ø 20 mm x 60 mm (height)
■ Weight: 22 g
Background information on examinations with dichroscopes can be found in the article Dichroscopy on methods.
Practical dichroscope application examples can be found in the article: Testing gemstones and recognizing imitations
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