q08-4350sol

# q08-4350sol - (a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (0.5/5) This is the...

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PHY2054 Section 4350 Quiz 8: Ch 22 November 3, 2011 NAME UFID Show all your work step by step. 1. The index of refraction for violet light in silica ﬂint glass is 1 . 66, and that for red light is 1 . 62. The visible light passes through an equilateral prism of apex angle 60 . 0 with the angle of incidence 50 . 0 . (a) Find θ 1 r for red light. (0.5/5) (b) Find θ 2 i for red light. (0.5/5) (c) Find θ 2 r for red light. (0.5/5) (d) Find θ 2 r for violet light. (0.5/5) (e) Find the angular spread ( angular dispersion ). (0.5/5) (a)Dispersion through a prism (b)Refraction of light of a certain color Solution: Problem 32.

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2 2. A light ray containing both blue and red wavelengths is incident at an angle on a slab of glass. Which of the sketches in the ﬁgure represents the most likely outcome?
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Unformatted text preview: (a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (0.5/5) This is the multiple-choice question 8. 3. What happens to a light wave when it travels from air into glass? (a) Its speed remains the same. (b) Its speed increases. (c) Its wavelength increases. (d) Its wavelength remains the same. (e) Its frequency remains the same. (0.5/5) This is the multiple-choice question 4. 4. Determine the maximum angle for which the light rays incident on the end of the light pipe are subject to total internal reection along the walls of the pipe. Assume that the light pipe has an index of refraction of 1 . 36 and that the outside medium is air. (1.5/5) Solution: Problem 38....
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## This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course PHY 2054 taught by Professor Avery during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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