The phenomenon, due primarily to the anisotropy
of the polarizability
of the scattering
medium, resulting from the fact that the electric vectors of the incident and scattered
beams are not coplanar and that, therefore, light scattered from a vertically (horizontally)
polarized incident beam contains a horizontal (vertical) component.
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