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The graph of n versus f for silicate flint glass is sketched in Figure 23.53. The refractive index increases as f increases. Figure 23.53 23.54. Set Up: From Figure 23.29 in the textbook, for and for The path of a ray with a single is sketched in Figure 23.54. Figure 23.54 Solve: For and For and is about 23.55. Set Up: and Solve: (a) red: violet: (b) (c) so The red light has a smaller n so travels faster. (d) For red light, and For violet light, and The angle between the two rays will be Reflect: The violet light has a larger n , slows down more in glass and is bent through a greater angle when it enters the glass. Du 5 34.0° 2 32.9° 5 1.1°. u b 5 32.9°. sin u b 5 n a n b sin u a 5 1.00 1.67 sin 65.0° u b 5 34.0°. sin
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Unformatted text preview: u b 5 n a n b sin u a 5 1.00 1.62 sin 65.0 v red v violet 5 1 c n red 21 n violet c 2 5 n violet n red 5 1.67 1.62 5 1.03. v violet 5 c n violet v red 5 c n red ; l violet 5 400 nm 1.67 5 240 nm. l red 5 700 nm 1.62 5 432 nm; n 5 1.67 n 5 1.62; n a sin u a 5 n b sin u b . v 5 c n . l 5 l n 0.6. Du u b 5 20.7. sin u b 5 1.00 1.62 sin 35.0 l 5 700 nm, u b 5 20.1. sin u b 5 n a n b sin u a 5 1.00 1.67 sin 35.0 l 5 400 nm, u a 5 35.0 55.0 55.0 u b l n 5 1.62. l 5 700 nm, n 5 1.67 l 5 400 nm, n a sin u a 5 n b sin u b . n f 7.5 3 10 14 Hz 4.3 3 10 14 Hz 1.60 1.65 1.7 Electromagnetic Waves 23-15...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2009 for the course PHYS 114 taught by Professor Shoberg during the Spring '07 term at Pittsburg State Uiversity.

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