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52 Sample Final Soln pg 1 copy_2

52 Sample Final Soln pg 1 copy_2 - SAN JOSE “EA—T...

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Unformatted text preview: ; SAN JOSE “EA—T? UNIV—PPSFIWWWW PHYSICS DEPARTMENT PHYS 52~OZ ' CLOSED BOOK FINAL EXAM SHow ALL WORK IN SPACE PROVIDED SPRING 2001 1- Light passes thru glass with an index of refraction of 1.5 onto another material- The light is totally reflected back into the glass for an incident angle of 60°. Determine: a) The index of refraction of the other material b) The incident angle for which the reflected light would be linearly polarized. (15 pts) Q) TOTAL, I~F§C¢~AL LEWEL‘H w 6.4535 El; “1 3;»49. :: (\1 Savero" UMK.JVA’\Cct-'ILJ ﬁx SING] : {‘1 =1. L's— She-1600 1: I- 30 i—F‘F—ff- -——‘ I)“. ’0 Lib-SAM: pﬁpkﬂﬁnﬁ‘u (ye/ASS Q.) ~ I ' £6200 7.2-! ‘4'; J’MSIUEH; “vs’ 9L GI+OL « r. _ 9 f Pu swam Raf-6591 Sim/63,. Cos L ' L ’50 Q ﬁ—hL—ﬁmg\3 “—3: 5H=4'O.q ._ t b 2. A grating used in a lab has 750 rulings/mm and is 6.3. mm wide. Determine: a) The smallest wavelength interval that can be resolved in the second order at A: 450 nm. (nm) b) The highest order that can be seen with this grating x2- ( (15 pts) ( 0L) R: NM — NSU/ x6 0%» = 4500M; rciooo 4 ﬂ 2“ 4Sonh' R: rags/\zﬂ: __ ' ,2 00/; 437‘ R :1de ' Q m f -' .--- I'm-m... r Lb) m}:- a’L-swé‘ oat : Lagxzo 3h.“ 730 A gum1€iaa<l mg: 0L _. ,gbALO 5mm. ,—. 9,5112: P‘ 'TZSUKIU 4’...“ Mrs—’2” #— ...
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