Frequently Asked Questions

A Glan Taylor Polarizer divides an entering unpolarized beam into beam rays, one is an extraordinary ray that is transmitted through the other side, and another is the ordinary ray that is totally internally reflected and absorbed.

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

Total transmission refers to the percentage of light that passes through a polarizer without being absorbed or reflected.

Polarization purity refers to the degree to which a polarizer can produce a polarized beam of light.

A Glan Taylor Polarizer consists of two birefringent material prisms separated by an air space.

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