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When a beam of light passes through a thin lens, the light is not dispersed into component waves as when it passes through a prism. Describe why this...

When a beam of light passes through a thin lens, the light is not dispersed into component waves as when it passes through a prism. Describe why this is so.

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The magnitude of the effect of dispersion generally depends on angles between faces, and for thin lenses, they have... View the full answer

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