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1032_Physics ProblemsTechnical Physics - Chapter 36 P36.65...

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Chapter 36 373 P36.65 A hemisphere is too thick to be described as a thin lens. The light is undeviated on entry into the flat face. We next consider the light’s exit from the second surface, for which R =− 600 . c m . The incident rays are parallel, so p =∞ . Then, n p n q nn R 122 1 += becomes 0 11 0 01 5 6 q .. c m and q = 10 7 cm . FIG. P36.65 P36.66 (a) I r == × = P 4 450 4 1 60 10 140 2 2 2 π . . . W m kW m 2 ej (b) I r = 4 691 22 . . W 47 . 2 0 m mW m 2 a f (c) 111 pq f : 1 720 0350 m m q so q = 0368 m and M h q p = =− =−
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