Brock University
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Number of pages: 14
Number of Students: 26
Number of hours: 3
Instructor: M. Reedyk
Final Examination: April 2011
Course: PHYS 2P51
Date of Examination: April 14, 2011
Time of Examination: 14:0017:00
Students may use a calcul
Physics 2P51 Assignment 2
Due: Friday, January 31, 2014.(Text, Problem 2-8). A lens made of
glass of n = 1.5 has, when in air, +10.00 Diopters power. What
is its power when immersed in a liquid of n = 1.58?(a) (Text,
Problem 2-10). When an object is place
Physics 2P51 Assignment 4
Due: Monday, March 3, 2014
1
1. In forming the image of an axial point object a +4.0m lens
with a diameter of 6.0 cm gives a longitudinal spherical aberration
of +1.0 cm. If the object is 50.0 cm from the lens determine the
diame
Physics 2P51 Assignment 6
Due: Monday, March 31, 2014.
1. In a Lloyds mirror experiment a source, S, is placed a small height, h, above a mirror and a
detection screen is placed a much greater distance, L, away. Each wave from the source is partly
reected
List of formulae for Phys 2P51
c
n sin I = n sin I
Optical path length
S = Ln = L
Snells Law
Prism Equation
+A
sin( D02 )
np
=
n0
sin( A )
2
ne 1
nF nc
n
V =
R
n
P =
f
Abbes number
Va =
Vergence
Power
Surface Power Equation
Gauss formula
Lens-Ma
Physics 2P51 Assignment 5
Due: Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Note: Your graded assignment will not be returned to you before
you write Term Test 2. You are advised to make a copy of your
assignment before handing it in. You can then check your
responses with
Experiment 1 Lenses
The basic equation relating object distance s, image distance s, and
1 1 1
focal length f of a lens is: = (1.1)
The magnification M is given by:
f2 s s y s
M= = (1.2) Equations (1.1) and (1.2) are based on the following
y s
assumptions
Experiment 5The Prism
Spectrometer
In this experiment you will determine the refractive index n( of a
)
glass prism by measuring the minimum deviation angle D( with the
)
spectrometer.
The Spectrometer
The spectrometer consists of: a light source L, in th
Experiment 4
Diffraction
A parallel, monochromatic beam of light (wavelength falls on a slit
)
(width b) at normal incidence. The diffracted beams are observed on a
screen S, at a distance D from the slit. For D b we have Fraunhofer
diffraction, and the i
Physics 2P51 Assignment 1
Due: Monday, January 20, 2014.
1.
(Text, problem 1-10). A cylindrical tube is closed at both ends by
glass plates 10.0 mm thick. If the inside length of the tube is 7.5
cm, the refractive index of the glass is n = 1.5, and the tu
Experiment 2The Michelson
Interferometer
the Michelson Interferometer (Figure 2.1), light from an extended
source S is split into two beams of equal intensity by the lightly
silvered back surface of the beam splitter G1.
Figure 2.1: The Michelson Interfer
Experiment 3 Coherence Length
Any light source is made up of a large number of individual emitters,
each of which can emit for only a brief period of time. The result is the
creation of wavetrains of finite length. The average length of the
wavetrains is
Physics 2P51 Assignment 7
Due: Monday, April 7, 2014.
1.
Textbook, page 267, problem 15-6. Collimated light containing the
wavelengths 600.0 nm and 610.0 nm is diracted by a plane grating
ruled with 60.0 lines to the millimeter. If a lens of 2.00 m focal