PS2_2005 - OPTI 201R Fall 2005 II.1 Problem Set II Due...

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OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set II Due September 7, 2005 08/25/05 1 of 2 II.1 You are observing a fish in the lake. You observe that the fish appears to be 2.5 m below the surface. How far is the fish actually under the surface? II.2 A glass plate is used to provide a lens with the correct object distance for a lens that is in contact with the plate as shown below: If the object needs to be 5 cm from the plane side of the lens, how thick does the plate need to be? II.3 A plane parallel plate of n=2 is tilted to a beam of light by 30 o from normal. What is the displacement of the beam after passing thru the plate? II.4 What is the index of refraction of air at 700 millibars of pressure and 0 o Celsius temperature? II.5 What is the Fresnel reflectance and transmittance of a single surface with an index of refraction of 4 for normal incident light? II.6 If you were to make a glass (n=1.5) replacement for a diamond ring, what would the pavilion angle be to get high reflectance (TIR) for incoming light from the top? II.7
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2010 for the course OPTICS 201 taught by Professor Dereniak during the Spring '05 term at UConn.

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PS2_2005 - OPTI 201R Fall 2005 II.1 Problem Set II Due...

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