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Comparison of theoretical performances for different single-wavelength thin-film polarizers

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Abstract

Theoretical performances of single-wavelength thin-film polarizing cubes, Brewster polarizers, and polarizing plates at a 45° angle of incidence are comparatively analyzed both numerically and analytically.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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