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How can we describe the polarization (of light) coming from an arbitrary angle?
In an optics lab, where all optical beams pretty much reside in a plane, it is fairly simple to describe (linear) polarizations as vertical or horizontal (or s and p). When we start talking about ...
Nov 9 '10 at 20:02
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