elliptical polarization


by zakee.fancy
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Sep29-12, 03:52 PM
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Show that the end point of the electric vector of an elliptically polarized light beam
will revolve in a clockwise direction if sinΔ>0 and in a counterclockwise direction
if sinΔ< 0.
How could we solve..i tried it i am getting no response....need ur help guys... :(
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