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Light with frequency [tex]\omega[/tex] in media 1 ,with refractive index [tex]n_{1}[/tex] , is incident (normal) to an interface of media 2, with refractive index [tex]n_{2}[/tex], and then is incident on a second interface with refractive index [tex]n_{3}[/tex]. Using boundary conditions show that the transmission coefficient is:

[tex]T^{-1} = \frac{1}{4n_1n_3} ((n_1+n_3)^2 + \frac{(n_1^2-n_2^2)(n_3^2-n_2^2)}{n_2^2} Sin(\frac{n_2d\omega}{c}))[/tex]

So basically light starts in one media and passes though two different media and we get the above as the transmission coefficient

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