The angle between a ray which is reflected from a surface, and the normal to that surface.

The angle that radiation reflected from a surface makes with the perpendicular (normal) to the surface.

(Generally identified as , but sometimes as a "numbered" theta, such as 2.) The angle at which light is reflected by an interface between two media, measured between the path of the light and the normal to the interface.(In the figure to the right, the angle of reflection lies between the normal and the red reflected light beam and is denoted by See this page of this module to learn more about reflection.

The angle at which the light rays reflects from the surface. The angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence. Only applies to a specular reflection where the surface is uniform. In a diffused reflection, light is reflected in all different angles. Comments & Discussion

The angle between the reflected wave and the normal.

the angle between the reflected outgoing photons and the normal line. See reflection.

The angle formed between the normal and a reflected beam. The angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence.

the angle between a reflected ray and a line perpendicular to the reflecting surface at the point of incidence

The angle of the reflected ray which is mesured between the ray and normal.

the angle between the outgoing ray and the normal (perpendicular to the surface)

The angle formed between a reflected ray of light as it leaves a surface and the vertical to the surface at that point. Equal to the angle of incidence of the ray.

The angle between the reflected ray and the normal.

the angle at which a reflected ray of energy leaves a reflecting surface. It is measured between the outgoing ray and a perpendicular to the surface at the point of incidence (i.e., where the ray strikes).

Angle between direction of motion of waves and a line perpendicular to surface the waves are reflected from.

The angle between the direction of propagation of an electromagnetic or acoustic wave (or ray) reflected by a body and the local normal to that body (although this normal may not be well defined, as that for a cloud, e.g.). May also describe beams of particles in the broadest sense. See reflection.

the angle between the reflected ray (or wave) and a normal.

the angle between a ray of light reflected from a surface and a line drawn normal to the surface. From Snell's law the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection.

The angle between a reflected ray and the normal.