Determine directions of the wave vectors-double refraction, Mechanical Engineering

Double Refraction

An unpolarized plane wave is incident from free space onto a quartz crystal (ne = 1.553 and no = 1.544) at an angle of incidence 30°. The optic axis lies in the plane of incidence and is perpendicular to the direction of the incident wave before it enters the crystal. Determine the directions of the wave vectors and the rays of the two refracted components.

 

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