J. Phys. Radium
Volume 11, Numéro 7, juillet 1950
Page(s) 403 - 406
J. Phys. Radium 11, 403-406 (1950)
DOI: 10.1051/jphysrad:01950001107040300

Les applications des couches minces en polarimétrie

F. Abelès

A thin transparent film on glass is used in order to get reflecting or transmitting polarizers. The former case is the analogous of Brewster's reflection. One can get a very luminous and almost achromatic polarizer by using a high index film. In the later case, we use a device similar to the pile of plates. Two plates of glass covered with titanium dioxyde on both sides give a degree of polarization of 99,7 per 100.

4279W - Optical coatings.
4225J - Polarization.
0760F - Polarimeters and ellipsometers.

Key words
optical films -- light polarisation -- titanium compounds