Abstract

By cementing a half-wave plate of Cellophane over a portion of a sheet of Polaroid, two fields, separated by a photometric line of demarcation are produced. Since the directions of vibration of the polarized light in the two fields are mutually perpendicular, a sensitive device for the detection of polarized light is realized.

© 1936 Optical Society of America

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