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waves waves and waves polarization: positive vs negative
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and more waves XD
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this is microscopy btw can't figure something out how two shadows give the illusion of a raised and depressed effect as the polarizer is turned cc-wise or clockwise away from 90 degrees
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okay I just pulled a pdf http://research.physics.berkeley.edu/yildiz/Teaching/PHYS250/Lecture_PDFs/polarization%20microscopy.pdf
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section 2.11 from 90 degree - extinction position
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