Part A = Increases

Part B = +1

Part C = θ_{2} > θ_{1}

Part D = θ_{2} < θ_{1}

Part E = Just pick the material with the greatest index of refraction

Part F = Increases up to a maximum value of 90 degrees.

Part G = 0.7297 radians

When light propagates from a material with a given index of refraction into a material with a smaller index of refraction, the speed of light

What is the minimum value that the index of refraction can have?

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Part A = 31.8 cm

Part B = 0.236 cm

Part C = Upright

Part D = 19.42 cm

Part E = The image is a different size and oriented differently.

A compound lens system consists of two converging lenses, one at x = -20.0 cm with focal length f_{1} = +10.0 cm, and the other at x = +20.0 cm with focal length f_{2} = +8.0 cm . An object 1.00 centimeter tall is placed at x = -50.0 cm.

What is the location of the final image produced by the compound lens system? Give the x coordinate of the image.

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Part A = 24.09°

Part B = 60.97°

A beam of white light is incident on the surface of a diamond at an angle θ_{a}.

Find θ_{crit}.

For α = 45°, find the incident angle θ_{a} such that the blue light is totally internally reflected off the bottom surface.

Refraction through Glass and Water Part A = 26.6 degrees Solution Below: A plate of glass with parallel faces having a refractive index of 1.58 is resting on the surface of water in a tank. A ray of light coming from above in air makes an angle of incidence 36.5° with the normal to the [...]

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Part A = θ = cos^-1(c/(nv))

Part B = aerogel

Part C = v = 0.995 c

Part D = 0.97 c

If a particle is traveling straight through a material with index of refraction n at a speed v, what is the angle θ between the vector of the propagating Cerenkov radiation and the vector in the direction of the propagating particle?

Use these constraints and the equation for θ from Part A to determine which of the following substrate materials is best suited to giving you the greatest precision in determining particle velocity

What is the highest velocity at which a charged particle can be accurately measured to be below the speed of light in vacuum (c)

What is the lowest velocity v_{min} that a charged particle can have and still emit Cerenkov radiation in the aerogel?