The photomicrograph is a red-epoxy-impregnated thin sections of conventional core samples with magnification of 10 (Sha 1 well at 3656.6 m with Jurassic) and photo (a) by plane-polarized
light and photo (a') by cross polarization; (b) and (b') intergranular secondary pore develops, and measuring point C shows that the remnant is albite and measuring point D is K-feldspar.
we have for the monochromatic plane-polarized radiation ..."
He then considered two arbitrary plane-polarized waves, one from each of the media, incident upon an element of area d[sigma] at the bounding surface of the two media.
In [section] 36 Planck considered a monochromatic plane-polarized ray of frequency v, emitted in time dt.
The reflected wave is entirely plane-polarized *6, as shown in Figure 3,
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.
A grain mount, with a Na-gel filtered light (590 nm), shows that lafossaite is yellow-brown in plane-polarized transmitted light, isotropic, and displays no pleochroism.
In plane-polarized reflected light (~3200[degrees] K), lafossaite is grayish-white with distinct white internal reflections.
Other crystals have a rather peculiar effect on plane-polarized
According to Wardle, a plasma of electrons and protons is incapable of converting plane-polarized
waves to circularly polarized ones, but a plasma of electrons and positrons will do the trick.