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Simulation of mechanical rotation by optical rotation: Application to the design of a new Fourier photopolarimeter
Journal of the Optical Society of America
R. M. A. Azzam, "Simulation of mechanical rotation by optical rotation: Application to the design of a new Fourier photopolarimeter," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 68, 518-521 (1978) sian Jones matrix with elements T1 2 = T21 = 0, T,1 = tanIeiA, and T 22 = 1. (' and A are the usual ellipsometric parameters.) If we substitute these elements in Eqs. (A2), and assume linearly polarized incident light so that Xi = tanOi, we obtain from Eq. (Al) the following ARF: 2 tanOi tan/i cosA tan 2 ' -tan 2 Oi whichdoi:10.1364/josa.68.000518 fatcat:n7cr4w7rdvemfodmons2olmrxq