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Polaryzacja światła. Polaryzacja światła. Tak widzimy przez okulary polaryzacyjne, górne zdjęcie wykonane jest bez filtru, a dolne z filtrem. liniowa. kołowa. eliptyczna. Światło niespolaryzowane. Polaryzacja kierunek drgań wektora E. Płaszczyzna polaryzacji. Filtry polaryzacyjne.

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Polaryzacja światła

Tak widzimy przez okulary polaryzacyjne, górne zdjęcie wykonane jest bez filtru, a dolne z filtrem

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liniowa

kołowa

eliptyczna

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optoelectronics

Dwójłomność

Halite (kubicznykryształ chlorku sodu, izotropowy optycznie

Calcyt (optycznie anizotropowy)

Kryształ kalcytu z dwoma skrzyżowanymi polaryzatorami

Birefringence was first observed in the 17th century when sailors visiting Iceland brought back to Europe calcite cristals that showed double images of objects that were viewed through them.

This effect was explained by Christiaan Huygens (1629 - 1695, Dutch physicist), as double refraction of what he called an ordinary and an extraordinary wave.

With the help of a polarizer we can easily see what these ordinary and extraordinary beams are.

Obviously these beams have orthogonal polarization, with one polarization (ordinary beam) passing undeflected throught the crystal and the other (extraordinary beam) being twice refracted.

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optoelectronics

Dwójłomność

promień nadzwyczajny

promień zwyczajny

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optoelectronics

Dwójłomność

promień zwyczajny

promień nadzwyczajny

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Crystalline materials may have different indices of refraction associated with different crystallographic directions. A common situation with mineral crystals is that there are two distinct indices of refraction, and they are called birefringent materials.

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If the y- and z- directions are equivalent in terms of the crystalline forces, then the x-axis is unique and is called the optic axis of the material.
  • The propagation of light along the optic axis would be independent of its polarization; it's electric field is everywhere perpendicular to the optic axis and it is called the ordinary- or o-wave. The light wave with E-field parallel to the optic axis is called the extraordinary- or e-wave.
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a

J

J* cos²a

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N

N* cos²a