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Quiz 1 TA Solution Problem 1 Wave-particle duality is a property of light. All phenomena of light can be explained using either the wave or particle picture. Usually, one or the other is most convenient. Wave examples: Thomas Young’s double slit experiment; Fraunhofer far-field diffraction; Augustin Fresnel near field diffraction and polarization; Maxwell equation and so on Particle examples: blackbody emission; Einstein photoemission and so on
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Unformatted text preview: Problem 2 n 1 *sin θ 1 =n 2 *sin θ 2 here n 1 =1, θ 1 =45, n 2 =2.42 as a result θ 2 ≈ 17 the angular deviation α = 45-17=28 Problem 3 (a) R y s y o / / 1 ≈ ≈ = + φ θ i s y / ' 2 ' ≈ = + R n n s n s n n n i o-= + ⇒ = ' ' 2 ' 1 (b) S 0 S i Problem 4 (a) (2) First focal point: D=0 Second focal point: A=0 q f f qf f f f f q f f q s-+-=-+-= ⇒ 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 ) ) 1 ( 1 /( ) 1 (...
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