Extraordinary-ray



noun, Optics, Crystallography.
1.
the part of a doubly refracted ray that has changed speed and vibrations in the principal plane of the crystal.
noun
1.
(optics) the plane-polarized ray of light that does not obey the laws of refraction in a doubly refracting crystal Compare double refraction, ordinary ray

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