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JohnGaltis

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## Homework Statement

Consider a beam of unpolarised light incident onto air from a crown-glass with a refractive index of 1.52.

Given that the incident light intensity has a power of 10mW, find the minimum incident angle when the power of the refracted light becomes zero.

## Homework Equations

I have no idea what equations can be used to solve this.

## The Attempt at a Solution

From what I understand, the unpolarised light can lead to a reflected polarised beam and a refracted beam- this happens if the angle of incident is Brewster's Angle.

I am guessing the power of the refracted light is zero if the reflected light is fully polarised?