unpolarized light

unpolarized light

[¦ən′pō·lə‚rīzd ′līt]
(optics)
Light in which the electric vector is oriented in a random, unpredictable fashion.
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PDI obtains simultaneous measurements of perpendicular polarization states; the two images are then subtracted to remove unpolarized light.
Mxed states of circular, linear, and unpolarized light generate fourth Stokes parameters between -1 and +1.
Unpolarized light, and plane-polarized light that is not "at right angles to the plane of incidence", produce reflected and refracted beams, in accordance with Brewster's Law.
Conventional polarizers operate by rejecting undesired polarization, which limits their transmission efficiency to much less than 50 percent when illuminated by unpolarized light," the researchers wrote.
The basic difference from that is the removal of the green filter, polarizer, and analyzer filters, and the turbidity is measured with unpolarized light.
It is a completely examined, crucial EUVL element with EUV reflectivity of 65% for polarized light, 51% for unpolarized light, and IR rejection going above 99%.
They include reflective and antireflective, filter and beam-splitting coatings for polarized and unpolarized light.
An amplified spontaneous emission source gives a broadband unpolarized light with spectral range 1530nm-1580nm.
Then he showed that individual neurons in the sun compass were tuned to specific E-vector angles of polarized light, as well as azimuth-dependent responses to unpolarized light.
According to the above, unpolarized light incident on a diffracting screen is transmitted as partially polarized light having a polarization ratio given by [PI] = | [u.
This gives me two separate types of light shining on the specimen--polarized and unpolarized light.
Presence and arrangement of the polarizing properties of the device are detected by illuminating the device with polarized light and viewing the reflected light, or by illuminating the device with unpolarized light and viewing reflected light through a polarizer.