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phys 52 sample final exam

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Physics 52-03/03 sample final exam Spring 2010 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 60º. Determine: a) The index of refraction of the other material b) The incident angle for which the reflected light would be linearly polarized.                 2. A grating used in a lab has 750 rulings/mm and is 6.00 mm wide. Determine: a) The smallest wavelength interval that can be resolved in the second order at  l  = 450 nm. (nm) b) The highest order that can be seen with this grating 3. A 2 cm upright object is placed 4 cm in front of a converging lens of focal length 8 cm. A converging  mirror with a radius of curvature of 12 cm is 12 cm behind the lens as shown below.  a)
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