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265 Test PHYSICS #3 6 May 1997 Name: Section: Part A. Choose the best answer from those given. (5 points each) 1. Brewster's angle is the angle 2 a) of reflection off the surface of beer. 2 b) at which total internal reflection occurs. 2 c) at which reflected light is completely polarized. 2 d) between E and B in an electromagnetic wave. 2 e) none of these. 2. The frequency of microwaves with wavelength = 12 cm...

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265 Test PHYSICS #3 6 May 1997 Name: Section: Part A. Choose the best answer from those given. (5 points each) 1. Brewster's angle is the angle 2 a) of reflection off the surface of beer. 2 b) at which total internal reflection occurs. 2 c) at which reflected light is completely polarized. 2 d) ...
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