Nonpolarized light

Definition

noun

(1) Light in which electromagnetic vibrations oscillate repeatedly in many directions.

(2) Light that has no particular preference for the direction in which it vibrates.


Supplement

For instance, an ordinary light vibrates in all directions.


Compare: polarized light

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