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Chapter 35: The Nature of Light and the Principles of Ray Optics

Chapter 35: The Nature of Light and the Principles of Ray Optics

Chapter 35: The Nature of Light and the Principles of Ray Optics. Reading assignment: Chapter 35 and selections of chapter 34 Homework 35.1 (due Monday, April 22): OQ2, OQ4, OQ5, OQ6, OQ7, QQ2, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 22, 25, 29

By rafi
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L I G H T

L I G H T

L I G H T. Light carries energy A light source (sun, light bulb) gives off light waves. www.howstuffworks.com/ light-bulb.htm. Light waves …. Are like the ripples in water when you drop a rock in it Go out in all directions Are called electromagnetic waves. Light Wave Lengths are….

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Thermal Energy

Thermal Energy

Thermal Energy. Transfer and absorption. Thermodynamics. Thermodynamics-study of heat transformations into other forms of energy. Heat. Fire dissipates heat Does not absorb heat Heat always flows from a hotter to cooler. Heat flowing from hotter to cooler. Grease fire.

By mayes
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L5 Refractive index and Polarization

L5 Refractive index and Polarization

L5 Refractive index and Polarization. Chii-Wann Lin. Contents. Fundamental optics Refractive index Polarization Optical dispersion in materials Relative Permittivity and Refractive Index. Wavelengths of “Light”. nm : for near UV, visible, and near IR light m m : for IR and far IR light

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Photosynthesis and the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen

Photosynthesis and the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen

Photosynthesis and the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen. Assigned Reading • Stanley: pp. 257-269, 323-325 • Catling D. C., Zahnle K. J., and McKay C. P. (2001) Biogenic methane, hydrogen escape, and the irreversible oxidation of early Earth. Science 293 , 839-843.

By benito
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Refraction of Light

Refraction of Light

Refraction of Light. Refraction and Lenses 2011-2012. Refraction. The bending of a path of light. It occurs when one part of each wave is made to travel faster (or slower) than another part. Refraction occurs at the boundary between two media. Wave Fronts.

By chaela
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Please come and see me if you would like to help pass back papers. Please have a seat take out the following: Your Light

Please come and see me if you would like to help pass back papers. Please have a seat take out the following: Your Light

Welcome to Science (10/24). Please come and see me if you would like to help pass back papers. Please have a seat take out the following: Your Light Book (Page 101) Your Color, Wavelength, and the Wider Electromagnetic Spectrum W.S.

By ranger
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Understanding the Spectrum, Reflection, & Refraction

Understanding the Spectrum, Reflection, & Refraction

Understanding the Spectrum, Reflection, & Refraction . Ms. Majewski. Check your Answers. - If a light wave has a wavelength of 400 x 10 4 m, what is its frequency ? -If a light wave has a frequency of 2 x 10 9 Hz, what is its wavelength ?.

By jamal
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Photon- Tiny bundles of energy that make up light.

Photon- Tiny bundles of energy that make up light.

Photon- Tiny bundles of energy that make up light. Farsighted person- uses glasses with convex lenses. Image-A copy or likeness. Plane mirror-a flat smooth clear reflecting surface. Prism-A glass with triangular shape that can separate white light.

By turi
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Refraction

Refraction

Refraction. Reflection occurs when light rays bounce off object. Using the laws of reflection, the direction in which reflected light travels can be predicted and the location of an image can be predicted. But what happens when light moves from air into a different medium?.

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The Refractive Structures of the Eye

The Refractive Structures of the Eye

The Refractive Structures of the Eye. Refraction. Refraction is the bending of a wave (in this case a light wave) as it travels from a faster environment (medium) to a slower one. . Some Materials (Media) Bend Light More than Others. Anytime the Light is Bent, the Image is Changed.

By lars
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Sound and Light Vocabulary

Sound and Light Vocabulary

Sound and Light Vocabulary. Compression pg.408. A part of the wave where the air particles are bunched together. . Frequency pg.409. The frequency of a wave is the number of waves that pass a point in a certain amount of time. . Wavelength pg.409.

By dayton
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Waves 1.3

Waves 1.3

Waves 1.3. The Interaction of Waves. The Behavior of Waves. 10.3. Reflection. Reflection occurs when a wave strikes an object and bounces off of it. All types of waves  including sound, water, and light waves  can be reflected. Reflection. The Behavior of Waves. 10.3. Reflection.

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Dr. C. Yau 	Spring 2013

Dr. C. Yau Spring 2013

Quantum Mechanical Atom Part I: Electromagnetic Radiation Chapter 8 Section 1 & 2 of Jespersen 6 th ed). Dr. C. Yau Spring 2013. Electromagnetic Radiation. Electromagnetic radiation carries E thru space by means of a wave . Properties of a wave: (Refer to lec. Notes)

By akio
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Physics 2210 Lecture 23

Physics 2210 Lecture 23

Physics 2210 Lecture 23. Today ’ s Concept: Harmonic Waves. A wave is a traveling disturbance that transports energy but not matter. Examples: Sound waves (air moves back & forth) Stadium waves (people move up & down) Water waves (water moves up & down) Light waves (what moves?).

By trilby
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10/1 - 7 th Grade Agenda

10/1 - 7 th Grade Agenda

10/1 - 7 th Grade Agenda. Learning Objective: Learn about waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Collect HW: Reading & Note Taking p.25 – 28 Brain Pop: Waves Textbook Reading: p. 38 - 41 HW: Reading & Note Taking p.29 – 32 Reminder: Chap 1 Test on 10/2 & 10/3

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10/6 - 7 th Grade Agenda

10/6 - 7 th Grade Agenda

10/6 - 7 th Grade Agenda. Collect: HW: Chap 1 Study Guide Waves and Electromagnetic Specturm Class Reading: p. 38 - 41 HW: Workbook: p. 31- 32. Wave. A wave is a disturbance that transfer ene_____ from place to place. Who can give me examples of waves?. rgy. Is light a wave?. Yes

By caron
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Maxwell’s Equations in Vacuum

Maxwell’s Equations in Vacuum

Maxwell’s Equations in Vacuum. (1) . E = r / e o Poisson’s Equation (2) . B = 0 No magnetic monopoles (3)  x E = - ∂ B / ∂ t Faraday’s Law (4)  x B = m o j + m o e o ∂ E / ∂ t Maxwell’s Displacement In vacuum with r = 0 and j = 0 (1’) . E = 0

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Investigation of Decision Feedback Equalizer in Optical Systems

Investigation of Decision Feedback Equalizer in Optical Systems

Investigation of Decision Feedback Equalizer in Optical Systems. Master Thesis. Wissam Haddad Helsinki University of Technology E-Mail: wissam.haddad@hut.fi Duration: April – September 2004. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gustav Sven Haggman Helsinki University of Technology E-Mail: sgh@hut.fi.

By daphne
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The dual nature of light, particle and wave

The dual nature of light, particle and wave

4. 德布罗意波、波粒二象性. ( De Br glie wave .Wave-Particle Dualism ). ö. h. The dual nature of light, particle and wave. 光的波粒二象性. particle. wave. ( energy ). ( frequency ). ( momentum ). ( wavelength ). These two natures are connected by h. De Broglie assumed that the wavelength

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