Frequently Asked Questions

The two beam rays produced by a Glan Taylor Polarizer are an extraordinary ray that is transmitted through the other side and an ordinary ray that is totally internally reflected and absorbed.

A Glan Taylor Polarizer consists of two birefringent material prisms separated by air space that divide an entering unpolarized beam into beam rays.

The features of a Glan Taylor Polarizer include high polarization purity, high total transmission, and a wide wavelength range.

The wavelength range of a Glan Taylor Polarizer is wide, meaning it can be used with a variety of wavelengths.

Polarization purity refers to the degree to which a polarizer can produce a single polarization state.

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