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How does Brewster’s angle for a given interface compare to the critical angle for total internal reflection from the same surface (assuming n2 < n1, so that total internal reflection is possible)?



Brewster’s angle is always greater than the critical angle.



Brewster’s angle can be either greater than or less than the critical angle.



Brewster’s angle is always less than the critical angle.



The two angles are always equal.

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