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Laser Beam through Two Points by Turning Two Mirrors
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Reflection and Transmission Coefficients of an Optical Cavity
Reflectivity and Induced Polarization by Mirrors
Optical Filter with Sinusoidally Varying Permittivity Using Mathieu's Equation
Instrumental Polarization of a Beam Scanner
Spectral Properties of 1D Fibonacci Quasicrystals
Constant Angle of Incidence Contours for an Air-SiO2-Si System
Diffraction Grating Intensities
Gene Expression and Eye Color
Hartl Optical Disks
Maximizing Apparent Velocity in a Camera's Frame
Projecting a Polyhedron onto a Plane through Two Holes
Refraction in a Triangular Prism
Refraction through a Ball
Refraction in a Biconvex Spherical Lens
Spectral-Temporal Distribution of Biphotons from a Spontaneous Parametric Down Conversion (SPDC) Process
Polariton and Jaynes-Cummings Blockade
Reflection in a Parabolic Mirror
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