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Light is incident normally on a 1.00 cm layer of water that lies on top of a flat LuciteTM plate with a thickness of 0.500 cm.

Light is incident normally on a 1.00 cm layer of water that lies on top of a flat LuciteTM plate with a thickness of 0.500 cm. How much more time is required for light to pass through this double layer than is required to traverse the same distance in air

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