Almost fifty years ago Wright suggested the use of a pair of rightangled prisms in an insertable metal plate to permit observation of an interference figure by the Lasaulx method without the trouble of removing the ocular and replacing it with a pinhole eyepiece. Six years later he proposed that a single rhomboid prism be employed in place of the earlier pair. This apparatus seems not to have been adopted by the microscope makers.

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