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No·mar·ski

(nō-mar'skē),
Georges, 20th-century French optic inventor. See: Nomarski optics.
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Figure 2) is outfitted with a single Nomarski prism located at the rear focal plane of the objective lens.
To produce episcopic DIC conditions, an illumination source is polarized by a rotatable filter and directed through the Nomarski prism, where the light is separated into two orthogonally polarized beams.