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CC C V Axis Mirror Center of Curvature Vertex r Radius of Curvature Spherical Mirror
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C V C r
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C V C r Rays
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C V C r Wavefronts Rays
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C V C r 8 Wavefronts Rays
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C V C r
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C V C r F C
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C C V C F 2 1 Q CF = FQ FQ f (paraxial rays) CF f r = CF + f f + f = 2 f f = ½ r f r
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CC C V F O p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length f = ½ r
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CC C V F O p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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CC C V F O p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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CC C V OI i = image distance p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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CC C V F OI i = image distance p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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CC C V F OI i = image distance p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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CC C V F OI i = image distance p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length
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112 1 1 1 1 p i rf ifp pf pf i pf += = = = →= m i p =− CC C V F OI i = image distance p = object distance r = radius of curvature f = focal length i > 0 6 Real Image i < 0 6 Virtual Image Lateral Magnification m > 0 6 Erect Image m < 0 6 Inverted Image
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i pf pf = << 0i f CC CF Can a concave mirror ever give a virtual image?
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i pf pf = << 0i f CC CF O I Can a concave mirror ever give a virtual image?
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C C C F Convex Mirror r < 0 & f < 0 Real side (in front) Virtual side (in back) - r - f
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHYSICS 135-3 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '08 term at Northwestern.

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