Polarisation of Light

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Light propagates as transverse EM waves. The magnitude of electric field is much larger as compared to magnitude of magnetic field. We generally prefer to describe light as electric field oscillations.

In ordinary light (light from sun, bulb etc.) the electric field vectors are distributed in all directions in a light is called unpolarised light. The oscillation of propagation of light wave. This resolved into horizontal ………………………………………….

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