In teaching optical crystallography, frequently it is necessary to demonstrate and explain certain optical phenomena seen through the polarizing microscope. In a large class this can be very time consuming if the instructor must proceed from one student to the next giving separate explanations to each individual. A further drawback with this method is that the student and instructor are not observing the phenomenon at the same time. The demonstration polariscope makes it possible to carry out explanations to a class of 10 to 15 students at one time.

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