Question

A ray of sunlight is passing from diamond into crown glass; the
angle of incidence is 28.00°. The indices of refraction for the
blue and red components of the ray are: blue
(*n*_{diamond} = 2.444, *n*_{crown
glass} = 1.531), and red (*n*_{diamond} =
2.410, *n*_{crown glass} = 1.520). Determine the
angle between the refracted blue and red rays in the crown
glass.

°

An object is placed to the left of a lens, and a real image is formed to the right of the lens. The image is inverted relative to the object and is one-half the size of the object. The distance between the object and the image is 73.3 cm.

(a) How far from the lens is the object?

d_{o} |
= | ---Select--- cm cm^-1 no units |

(b) What is the focal length of the lens?

f |
= | ---Select--- cm no units cm^-1 |

Answer #1

A ray of sunlight is passing from diamond into crown glass; the
angle of incidence is 36.00°. The indices of refraction for the
blue and red components of the ray are: blue (ndiamond = 2.444,
ncrown glass = 1.531), and red (ndiamond = 2.410, ncrown glass =
1.520). Determine the angle between the refracted blue and red rays
in the crown glass.

A ray of sunlight is passing from diamond into crown glass; the
angle of incidence is 36.30°. The indices of refraction for the
blue and red components of the ray are: blue
(ndiamond = 2.444, ncrown
glass = 1.531), and red (ndiamond =
2.410, ncrown glass = 1.520). Determine the
angle between the refracted blue and red rays in the crown
glass.

1. A ray of sunlight is passing from diamond into crown glass;
the angle of incidence is 35.00°. The indices of refraction for the
blue and red components of the ray are: blue
(ndiamond = 2.444, ncrown
glass = 1.531), and red (ndiamond =
2.410, ncrown glass = 1.520). Determine the
angle between the refracted blue and red rays in the crown
glass.
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