Abstract

We found that a slightly rough thin dielectric film polarizes diffusely scattered light. There is a discrete set of angles of incidence and observation for which the intensity of a nonspecular diffuse P-polarized component is significantly greater than that for S polarization.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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