PS4_2005 - OPTI 201R Fall 2005 IV.1 Problem Set IV Due IV.2...

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OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set IV Due September 19, 2005 09/16/05 1 of 3 IV.1 A rod of glass (S-YGH51) has a radius of 5 cm on its end. A 1.5 mm object height is located in air 8 cm in front of the rod on the axis of the rod. a) How far from the surface is the image formed? b) What is the power of the surface in diopters? c) What are the front and back focal length? d) What is the transverse magnification? IV.2 Some algae is at the bottom of the lake and an OPTI 210 student would like to bring the image out of the water with a glass rod, such that the image would be formed on the end of the rod. The rod’s index is 1.6 with a convex radius on its end. An object is 1mm high located in water about 12 cm away from the rod, and the rod is 30 cm long extending above the water 30 cm 12 cm glass Image H 2 O object a) What radius is needed on the end of the rod? b) What is the transverse magnification? c) What are the front and back focal lengths of the rod’s surface of power?
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PS4_2005 - OPTI 201R Fall 2005 IV.1 Problem Set IV Due IV.2...

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