# Intensity of Polarized Light Calculator

The Intensity of Polarized Light Calculator will calculate the:

1. The intensity of polarized light when it passes through a linear polarizer at an angle θ to the grid lines using the Malus Law.
 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 Intensity of the incident non-polarized light (I0) cd [candela] Angle between the incident electric vector and polarizer's grid lines (θ) ° [degrees]
Intensity of polarized light calculation The Intensity of the polarized light is candela I = I0 × cos2θI = × cos2()I = × I = Intensity of the incident non-polarized light (I0) cd [candela] Angle between the incident electric vector and polarizer's grid lines (θ) ° [degrees]

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I = I0 × cos2θ

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