To create modern 3-D effects, movie theaters use linearly or circularly polarized light.
What does CPL stand for?
CPL stands for Circularly Polarized Light
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- Chalmers Publication Library (Chalmers University of Technology; Sweden)
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- Chelmsford Public Library (Chelmsford, MA)
- Chemistry and Physics Laboratory
- Chicago Public Library
- Child Protection Law (various locations)
- Cincinnati Public Library (Cincinnati, OH)
- Circular Polarizing Lens
- Civil Procedure Law (various organizations)
- Class Precedence List (LISP)
- Classical Propositional Logic (mathematics)
- Cleveland Public Library
- Clinical Pathology Laboratories Inc.
- Closing Protection Letter (real estate)
- Coastal Plain League
- Codices Palatini Latini
- College of Physicians of London (UK)
- Color Position Light (railroads)
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This halogen bulb is excellently suited not only for brightfield reflected light but especially for darkfield and differential interference contrast in circularly polarized light (C-DIC) as well as Polarized light.
Contrary to traditional polarization interferometers, work is carried out in circularly polarized light.
The term circular dichroism refers to the absorption difference between left- and right-handed circularly polarized light.
The handedness of the circularly polarized light determines the optical rotation in the polymer film.
Linearly polarized laser light becomes circularly polarized light after passing through a quarter-wave plate, and then changes to rotating linearly polarized light after passing through a rotating polarizing filter.
They found high levels of circularly polarized light in a region of the Great Nebula in the constellation of Orion, a star birthplace 1,500 light years away.