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Laser beam reflection from an optically anisotropic crystal retaining polarization extinction

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Transparent elements based on specifically oriented optically anisotropic crystals installed in the propagation path of a laser beam are shown to reflect radiation at high angles while retaining the power ratio of the s- and p-polarized components of the original radiation in the reflected light.

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