unpolarized


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unpolarized

(ʌnˈpəʊləˌraɪzd) or

unpolarised

adj
(General Physics) not polarized
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Type 1: 48 pieces of unpolarized insulation monopolar disconnectors.
1, since polymeric flats are in (0n0) surfaces, in our calculations to the normal incident unpolarized light wave direction of [010] is chosen with the smearing 0.
The cross sections were analyzed with an optical microscope using unpolarized light.
What's the correct way to plug in a two-prong unpolarized plug?
unpolarized, radiation: "Since the medium was assumed to be isotropic the emitted rays are unpolarized".
PDI obtains simultaneous measurements of perpendicular polarization states; the two images are then subtracted to remove unpolarized light.
The FDTD simulation using unpolarized sunlight usually requires averaging of optical response obtained by the x- and y-polarized incident light.
Figure 2 shows the proposed structure of the OLT, which comprises an unpolarized broadband light source (BLS), a ([k.
Mxed states of circular, linear, and unpolarized light generate fourth Stokes parameters between -1 and +1.
With rare exceptions, judicial elections in Oregon have been low-key, unpolarized affairs in which incumbent judges and their opponents remain dignified and above the political fray.
Conventional polarizers operate by rejecting undesired polarization, which limits their transmission efficiency to much less than 50 percent when illuminated by unpolarized light," the researchers wrote.
The CIB looks like emission from our galaxy's dust, except it's unpolarized.