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Unformatted text preview: Reflection and Refraction at a Boundary  6 Light of freespace wavelength 435 . 8 nm is widely used in photolithography. This corresponds to the g line of a mercury discharge lamp. This light is incident in air upon a planar interface with BK7 glass. Both TE and TM polarizations are present in the incident light wave. For the above BK7/air interface, calculate, showing all work, the Brewster an gle (if it exists) and the critical angle (if it exists). For these calculations, use 1 . 000 for the refractive index of air. Express angles (if they exist) in degrees accurately to within 0.0001 . If an angle does not exist, write does not exist. Put your final answers in the spaces provided. The incident light has an angle of incidence is 65 as measured counterclockwise from the normal. For this case, for the reflected and transmitted propagating waves, cal culate, showing all work, the quantities on the attached sheet. For these calculations, use 1 . 000 for the refractive index of air. Express angles in degrees accurately to within 0.0001 . Express fractions accurately to within 0.00001. Write your final answers in the spaces provided. Brewster angle (if it exists) = Critical angle (if it exists) = TE Polarized Transmitted Wave Angle of transmitted wavevector (with respect to normal to boundary) = Fraction of amplitude transmitted = Phase shift upon transmission = Fraction of power transmitted = TE Polarized Reflected Wave Angle of reflected wavevector (with respect to normal to boundary) =...
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 Spring '08
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