Imaging Mueller matrix determination of transparent, unpolarizing samples using a classically entangled polarization state
Keywords:Polarization, Mueller matrix, Analysis of polarized light, Classical Entanglement, Unconventional Polarization.
Inspired in a recent theoretical work for the determination of the Mueller matrix, using as incidence a single classically entangled polarization state (F. Töppel et al., New J. Phys. 16 (2014) 073019), an experimental setup is proposed and tested. The open space and two wave plate retarders are used as the transparent, nondepolarizing samples under study. Results show some experimental improvements are necessary in order to implement accurately the theoretical proposal in which this work is based.
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