An analytical investigation of the conditions of interference of polarized streams of the most general type leads to the result that there will be no interference only when the two streams are oppositely polarized, and that when the polarizations are identical the interference will be perfect, the fluctuations of intensity being the greatest that the difference of intensity of the streams admits (Sir G.
deuteron beam polarizations at COZY.
A pair of crossed dipoles can be used to measure both polarizations.
If a scattering matrix is known, the response of the target to any combination of incident and received polarizations can be computed.
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