Abstract

The 4 × 4 matrix formalism is a powerful mathematical tool for dealing with a variety of problems involving the behavior of polarized light in birefringent materials. We present an example of this formalism as applied to the problem of internal conical refraction.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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