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An optical device whose input is natural light and output is some form of polarized light is called a polarizer. The apparatus and equipments described in this section help students to understand basics of polarization and its effects along with rules and laws governing this phenomena. Experimental investigations help students to acquire practical familiarity with the fundamentals of polarization and the wave properties of light.


Brewster’s Angle Apparatus

Holmarc's Brewster's Angle Apparatus (Model No: HO-ED-P-01) is designed to study the Brewster’s angle phenomenon and the polarization of reflected light.



Malus Law Apparatus

Holmarc's Malus Law Apparatus (Model No: HO-ED-P-02) helps to understand polarization properties of light. It can also be used to study the light intensity relation of polarizer-analyzer.



Faraday Effect Apparatus - Laser Based

Holmarc's Faraday Effect Apparatus Model No : HO-ED-P-04 is designed for the determination of Verdet's constant of the material for a given wavelength of light.



Faraday Effect Apparatus - Liquid Sample

Holmarc's Faraday Effect Apparatus Model No : HO-ED-P-04 is designed for the determination of Verdet's constant of the material for a given wavelength of light.



Faraday Effect Apparatus - Multi Wavelength

Holmarc's Faraday Effect Apparatus Model No : HO-ED-P-04 is designed for the determination of Verdet's constant of the material for a given wavelength of light.



Kerr Effect Apparatus

In Holmarc's Kerr Effect apparatus, Nitrobenzene is using as Kerr agent because Nitrobenzene shows a large Kerr constant than other polar liquids.



Pockel Effect

Many crystals exhibit birefringence naturally. There are certain crystals which are not birefringent naturally but become birefringent by application of an electric field.



Apparatus for the Study of Polarization by Wave plates

Holmarc's Faraday Effect Apparatus Model No : HO-ED-P-04 is designed for the determination of Verdet's constant of the material for a given wavelength of light.



Babinet Compensator

Ellipsometry is a very sensitive measurement technique that provides unequaled capabilities for thin film metrology. As an optical technique, ellipsometry is non-destructive and contact less.


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