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Inverse Transformation of s-Reflection Coefficient between Oblique and Normal Incidence

If denotes an interface Fresnel reflection or transmission coefficient for - or -polarized light at an oblique angle of incidence , and z denotes the same coefficient at normal incidence, then it can be shown that w is an analytic function of , that depends parametrically on the angle of incidence . The inverse mapping between the complex and planes is illustrated here by one of the Fresnel coefficients (for s reflection) at one oblique angle of incidence (45°) and normal incidence. Here , where and are the oblique-incidence amplitude reflectance and phase shift.
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R. M. A. Azzam, "Transformation of Fresnel's interface reflection and transmission coefficients between normal and oblique incidence," Journal of Optical Society of America, 69(4), 1979 pp. 590-596.
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