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Reflection Beam Shifts of Linearly-Polarized Light from Metallic Mirrors
Maryam Zoghi *
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Abstract- In this paper the reflection beam shifts of a linearly-polarized He-Ne laser from a metallic mirror is investigated. The beam shifts include spatial and angular shifts along and normal to the incidence plane. Theoretical analysis and simulations indicate that the maximum spatial in-plane deviation occurs for TM wave in grazing angles of incidence. The case is reverse for the corresponding angular shift which causes negative deviations for TE wave.  On the other hand, both spatial and angular out of-plane shifts maximize at 45o

Keywords: Reflection beam shifts, linearly-polarized light, Goos-Hanchen, Imbert-Fedorov
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Zoghi M. Reflection Beam Shifts of Linearly-Polarized Light from Metallic Mirrors. ICOP & ICPET. 2017; 23 :197-200
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