polarized light po·lar·ized light (pō'lə-rīzd')
Light that is reflected or transmitted through certain media so that all vibrations are restricted to a single plane.
None of them had any effect on the polarized light, either during the passage of the voltaic current or when this was shut off.
The ordinary, and e the extraordinary, ray, both of which are polarized light.
You will see in this model (Fig. 55) a good illustration of polarized light.
And then the path of a ray of polarized light beating through it!
He began to work on the 30th of August 1845 on polarized light passing through electrolytes.
It presents all the chemical characters of an alkaloid, and rotates the plane of polarized light strongly to the right.
The disk of saltpeter, under the effect of polarized light, very closely resembles the form of the orchid.
Spinel is singly refracting in polarized light and corundum doubly refracting.
The essential fundamental components of vegetables and animals are always found to possess the power of acting on polarized light.
Dextro-compounds, bodies which cause the plane of a ray of polarized light to rotate to the right.