ELECTROMAGNETISM AND OPTICS 1 - 1 Introduction In this...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Introduction In this experiment we need to find the relationship between the angle of incident and angle of refraction for light passing from air into a high density medium. And in the second experiment we proved that the same relationship holds when light passing from a high density medium to a low density medium and in this case the refraction is higher than the incident angle. Apparatus Required Equipment from Basic Optics System Ray Table D-shaped Lens Light Source Observations Record Data Trial 1 In trial one we placed ray table and then we placed the light source in the ray-box mode and light sauce in ray-box mode on the table and we took the correct straight line passing thro the 0 and 180 then we placed the "D" shaped lens in the given place which is shown in the Figure No 01. Figure No 01 2 Then by rotating the ray table we took Incident angle from the light passing in from the flat surface and the refraction angle of the light which is coming out from the surface (Figure No 02). Figure No 02 Then we filled the table for the given values and entered the angels (Table No 01) Trial 1 Ray Incident on flat surface Trial 2 Ray incident on the curve surface Angle of Incidence ( ¡¢ ) Angle of Refraction ( £¢ ) Angle of Incidence ( ¡¤ ) Angle of Refraction ( £¤ ) ¥ ¥ ¥ 10 7 ¥ 7 ¥ 11 ¥ 20 14 ¥ 14 ¥ 21 ¥ 30 20 ¥ 20 ¥ 31 ¥ 40 26 ¥ 26 ¥ 42 ¥ 50 32 ¥ 32 ¥ 53 ¥ 60 36 ¥ 36 ¥ 62 ¥...
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2011 for the course MECHATRONI EN11ME2050 taught by Professor Perera during the Spring '11 term at Asian Institute of Technology.

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