Malus law, Physics

Malus' law (E.L. Malus):

The light intensity I of a ray along initial intensity I0 travelling by a polarizer at an angle theta among the polarization of the light ray & the polarization axis of the polarizer is specified by I = I0 cos2 theta.

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