# Brewster angles for magnetic media

@article{Giles1985BrewsterAF, title={Brewster angles for magnetic media}, author={C. Lee Giles and Walter J. Wild}, journal={International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves}, year={1985}, volume={6}, pages={187-197} }

On decrit les conditions du materiau qui determinent quelle polarisation incidente a un angle de Brewster et on montre que l'angle de Brewster ne peut pas exister simultanement pour les deux polarisations incidentes sauf sous incidence normale et rasante

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All-angle Brewster effect observed on a terahertz metasurface

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It is theoretically predicted that a properly designed all-dielectric metasurface exhibits a generalized Brewster's effect potentially for any angle, wavelength and polarization of choice, and experimentally demonstrated for an array of silicon nanodisks at visible wavelengths.

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Generalized Brewster effect in aluminum-doped ZnO nanopillars

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- 2020

Generalized Brewster effect is a phenomenon where light of both TE (S-) and TM (P-) polarization transmit through a surface with no reflection for a particular incident angle. Generalized Brewster…

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- Physics
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Polarization is one of the key properties defining the state of light. It was discovered in the early 19 century by Brewster, among others, while studying light reflected from materials at different…

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