Review
Spherical Lens Properties
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Converging Lenses
Diverging Lenses
lens shape
"caved in"
"bowed out"
principal focus
F is "behind the lens" on the
opposite side
of the lens as the incoming light
F is "in front of the lens" on the
same side
of the lens as the incoming light
image
equation
1/d
_{o}
+ 1/d
_{i}
= 1/f
d
_{o}
is always positive
d
_{i}
is positive if real
d
_{i}
is negative if virtual
f is positive (convex)
1/d
_{o}
+ 1/d
_{i}
= 1/f
do is always positive
d
_{i}
is always negative (virtual)
f is negative (concave)
magnification
equation
M = | d
_{i}
/ d
_{o}
| = |
I
/ O |
M = | d
_{i}
/ d
_{o}
| = |
I
/ O |
image
properties
image properties vary with object's position
sample ray diagrams
d
_{o}
∞
d
_{i}
= f
real
M
0
d
_{o }
> 2f
2f < d
_{i}
< f
real
M < 1
d
_{o }
= 2f
d
_{i}
= 2f
real
M = 1
2f < d
_{o}
< f
d
_{i }
> 2f
real
M > 1
d
_{o }
= f
no image
is formed
- - -
d
_{o }
< f
0 < d
_{i}
< -∞
virtual
M > 1
virtual, upright, M < 1
sample ray diagrams
d
_{o}
∞
d
_{i}
= -f
virtual
M
0
any d
_{o }
< ∞
0 < d
_{i}
< -f
virtual
M < 1
rays
#1
top of the object, parallel to the axis, strikes the lens, refracts through F
#2
top of the object, passes through the center of the lens unbent
#3
top of the object, aims for F', strikes the lens, refracts parallel to the axis
#1
top of the object, parallel to the axis, strikes the lens, refracts through F (dot in line to F)
#2
top of the object, passes through the center of the lens unbent
#3
top of the object, aims for F', strikes the lens, refracts parallel to the axis (dot back refracted ray)
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Lab:
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A Simple Microscope
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Blank Ray Diagrams for Converging Lenses
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Blank Ray Diagrams for Converging, Concave, Mirrors
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Blank Ray Diagrams for Diverging Lenses
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Blank Ray Diagrams for Diverging, Convex, Mirrors
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Determining the Focal Length of a Converging Lens
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Index of Refraction: Glass
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Index of Refraction: Water
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Least Time Activity
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Man and the Mirror
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Man and the Mirror: Sample Ray Diagram
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Ray Diagrams for Converging Lenses
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Ray Diagrams for Converging Mirrors
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Ray Diagrams for Diverging Lenses
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Ray Diagrams for Diverging Mirrors
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Reflections of a Triangle
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Spherical Mirror Lab
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Student Lens Lab
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Target Practice - Revised
Resource Lesson:
RL -
A Derivation of Snell's Law
RL -
Converging Lens Examples
RL -
Converging Lenses
RL -
Demonstration: Infinite Images
RL -
Demonstration: Real Images
RL -
Demonstration: Virtual Images
RL -
Dispersion
RL -
Diverging Lenses
RL -
Double Lens Systems
RL -
Lensmaker Equation
RL -
Mirror Equation
RL -
Properties of Plane Mirrors
RL -
Refraction of Light
RL -
Refraction Phenomena
RL -
Snell's Law
RL -
Snell's Law: Derivation
RL -
Spherical Mirrors
RL -
Thin Lens Equation
Review:
REV -
Drill: Reflection and Mirrors
REV -
Mirror Properties
REV -
Physics I Honors: 2nd 9-week notebook
REV -
Physics I: 2nd 9-week notebook
Worksheet:
APP -
Enlightened
APP -
Reflections
APP -
The Librarian
APP -
The Starlet
CP -
Lenses
CP -
Plane Mirror Reflections
CP -
Refraction of Light
CP -
Snell's Law
CP -
Snell's Law
NT -
Image Distances
NT -
Laser Fishing
NT -
Mirror Height
NT -
Mirror Length
NT -
Reflection
NT -
Underwater Vision
WS -
An Extension of Snell's Law
WS -
Basic Principles of Refraction
WS -
Converging Lens Vocabulary
WS -
Diverging Lens Vocabulary
WS -
Lensmaker Equation
WS -
Plane Mirror Reflections
WS -
Refraction and Critical Angles
WS -
Refraction Phenomena
WS -
Refraction Through a Circular Disk
WS -
Refraction Through a Glass Plate
WS -
Refraction Through a Triangle
WS -
Snell's Law Calculations
WS -
Spherical Mirror Equation #1
WS -
Spherical Mirror Equation #2
WS -
Spherical Mirrors: Image Patterns
WS -
Thin Lens Equation #1: Converging Lenses
WS -
Thin Lens Equation #2: Converging Lenses
WS -
Thin Lens Equation #3: Both Types
WS -
Thin Lens Equation #4: Both Types
WS -
Two-Lens Worksheet
WS -
Two-Mirror Worksheet
TB -
27B: Properties of Light and Refraction
TB -
Refraction Phenomena Reading Questions
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