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what is Brewster’s law

what is  Brewster’s law

Grade:12

3 Answers

noogler
489 Points
6 years ago
when unpolarised light is incident on trasparent surface,at a particular angle of incidence called Brewster angle ip, the reflected light wave is totally polarised and is perpendicular to refracted light wave.
the tangent of the angle of polarisation is numerically equal to refractive index of reflecting medium”
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noogler
489 Points
6 years ago
approve if usefull!!!!!
rahul
211 Points
6 years ago
 a statement in optics: when unpolarized light of given wavelength is incident upon the surface of a transparent substance it experiences maximum plane polarization at the angle of incidence whose tangent is the refractive index of the substance for that wave length
hit approve if useful

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