DescriptionWhen light is incident on the interface between any two transmissive materials, some of the light is transmitted and some is reflected. The fraction of the light reflected is dependent on the the difference in the index of refraction of the two materials, the angle of incidence and the polarization of the light. The Reflection Coefficients page computes the reflection coefficients for the two polarizations given the angle of incidence and the indices of the two materials. In addition it also computes the Brewsters angle which is the angle at which the reflection of the 'p' polarization goes to zero. This is an automatic computation page. A Note On UnitsAll angles are given in degrees. Phone: (860) 276-0450 • Fax: (860) 620-9026 • e-mail: btruax@dld-llc.com dld-llc.com |