ch33-p100 - 100. (a) The angle of incidence B,1 at B is the...

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2 3 ,1 2 sin cos 1 Ac n n θθ ⎛⎞ == ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ . so that the angle of refraction θ A ,2 at A becomes 2 2 11 3 22 ,2 32 3 sin 1 sin 1 35.1 A n nn n −− =− = = ° . (d) From 2 3 12 , 1 2 2 3 2 sin sin 1 A n n n n n = , we find 23 1 1 sin 26.1 n = (e) The angle of incidence B ,1 at B is the complement of the Brewster angle at A ; its sine is 2 sin B n = + 100. (a) The angle of incidence B ,1 at B is the complement of the critical angle at A ; its sine is 2 3 2 sin cos 1 Bc n n so that the angle of refraction B ,2 at B becomes 2 2 3 3 sin 1 sin 1 35.1 B n n = = ° . (b) From n 1 sin = n 2 sin c = n 2 ( n 3 / n 2 ), we find 1 3 1 sin 49.9 n n = . (c) The angle of incidence A ,1 at A is the complement of the critical angle at B ; its sine is
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(f) From 3 12 B r e w s t e r 2 22 23 sin sin n nn n θθ == + , we find 1 12 3 sin
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ch33-p100 - 100. (a) The angle of incidence B,1 at B is the...

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