5 August, 09:46
Is natural sunlight polarized or unpolarized?
5 August, 10:45
it is unpolarized
5 August, 10:47
It is unpolarized.
This is because all common sources of light, including the sun, incandescent and fluorescent lights and flames, produce unpolarized light.
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