Alexander Fufaev
My name is Alexander FufaeV and here I will explain the following topic:

Optical Activity: How to Rotate the Direction of Polarized Light

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Optical activity is the property of certain materials to rotate the direction of incident linearly polarized light. This characteristic occurs when optically active molecules are present in a material.

Examples of optically active substances

Quartz, sodium chlorate and cane sugar.