Polarizing Devices for the Submillimeter Range

  • V. I. Lapshin
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS)

Abstract

As is known, measurements of the polarization characteristics of radiation which is received in parallel with the study of its spectral composition provide valuable information of the phenomena and processes in which this radiation takes part. The interest in various devices which permit the analysis and measurement of the state of polarization of radiation in a wide region of the spectrum is understandable in this connection.

Keywords

Polyethylene Coherence Assure Eter Refraction 

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