Convex and Concave Lenses 0 Solving the Lens Mystery Lynn Garner & Sharon Holloway Lenses and Light Lenses are curved pieces of glass that can be convex or concave.
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LIGHT AND LENSES by Ms. Mendoza 5th Grade Lincoln Elementary WHAT HAPPENS TO LIGHT? When light strikes an object, two things can happen: Reflection Refraction REFLECTION Reflection occurs when light bounces off objects.
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Forms real images and virtual images depending on position of the object The Magnifier Concave Lenses Lenses that are thicker at the ... PowerPoint Presentation Author: Physics UCSD ... Convex Mirrors Refraction Refraction at a plane surface Convex Lenses Concave Lenses How You ...
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Show how images are formed by diverging lenses There are two main types of lenses: • convex lenses—these curve outwards and are fatter in the middle • concave lenses—these curve inwards (a little like a cave) and are thinner in the middle.
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Concave/Convex Mirror Image Formation Rules Parallel Rays - Light rays parallel to the principal axis are reflected through the focus of the mirror.
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Convex Lenses. Have a “belly” since they are always thicker at center. Usually. converge light and thus have images appear on the side opposite to the object.
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LENSES By Jamie Ortiz WHAT DO SCIENTISTS DO? Hypothesize Observe and Record Communicate WHAT IS A HYPOTHESIS? ? Experiment 1 Hypothesis: The straw will stay the same and there will be no change.
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HEALTH Convex lenses bring rays to a focus.The more curved the lens , the quicker the rays are focussed. Concave lenses make rays spread out.The more curved the lens ,the more the rays spread out.
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Convex & Concave Mirrors The Law of Reflection Regardless of whether we are dealing with a plane mirror (flat) or a concave ... Positive F for concave, negative F for convex mirrors. (Just the OPPOSITE of lenses.) The focal length (f) is equal to ½ the radius of curvature (R).
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Mirrors And Lenses Chapter 23 Introduction Images can be formed by plane or spherical mirrors and by lenses. Ray diagrams will be used Plane and Curved Mirrors Important terms: Object distance (p) Image Formed where light rays actually intersect or where they appear to originate Image distance ...
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Lenses and Ray Diagrams SNC2D What is a lens? A lens is a piece of transparent material that has been shaped in such a way that it refracts light rays to form an image.
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The Eye and Sight Contrast ways in which light rays are bend by concave and convex lenses. Describe how a prism forms a visible spectrum Explain why different objects have different colors
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Plane (Flat) Mirror Types of Curved Mirrors Lenses Convex Lens (Converging Lens) A lens thicker in the center than the edges. Concave Lens (Diverging Lens) A lens thinner in the center than the edges. ... convex mirror and a concave lens f = + concave mirror and a convex lens di = ...
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Convex lenses Concave Lenses Lenses – An application of refraction There are 2 basic types of lenses A converging lens (Convex) takes light rays and bring them to a point. A diverging lens (concave) takes light rays and spreads them outward.
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Fiber optics Mirages Dispersion Prisms Rainbows Plane mirrors Spherical aberration Concave and convex mirrors Focal length & radius of curvature Mirror / lens equation Convex and concave lenses Human eye Chromatic aberration Telescopes Huygens’ principle
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Chapter 36 - Lenses A PowerPoint Presentation by ... Negative (Concave) Positive (Convex) Sign convention R R1 and R2 are positive for convex outward surface and negative for concave surface. Focal length f is positive for converging and negative for diverging lenses.
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Converging & Diverging Lenses ... the image is “focused” in front of the retina. A diverging (concave) lens is used to ... Camera Pinhole Camera Picture Pinhole Camera Picture Pinhole Viewing of Partial Eclipse Shape of a Lens Types of Lenses Convex Lens Terms Three Rays to Locate ...
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Concave Mirror Convex Mirror LENSES Mirror & Lens Equations Properties of Curved Mirrors and Lenses Concave Mirror Convex Mirror LENSES Mirror & Lens Equations Converging Diverging F F CONVERGING LENS Ray parallel to axis through F Ray through F parallel to axis Ray through ...
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Types of Lenses Double Convex Double Concave Concave Meniscus Plano Convex Plano Concave Convex Meniscus Farsighted people use lenses similar to these. ... Magnification of a Telescope Telescope Summary Follows The Astronomical Telescope Eyepiece (Convex Lens) (Shorter focal length) Objective ...
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Refraction and Lenses AP Physics B ... Lenses – An application of refraction There are 2 basic types of lenses Converging (Convex) Lens Much like a mirror, ... a convex or concave lens is necessary to ensure the image is on the retina.
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Mirrors & Lenses Chapter 23 Thin Lenses Thin Lens Equation 1 + 1 = 2 p q R Thin Lens Equation in terms of focal length 1 + 1 = 1 p q f Thin Lenses Magnification Equation M = image height = h’ = - q object height h p Ray Diagrams for Lenses Converging ...
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Basic Types of Lenses Convex Lens Concave Lens Type of Image Convex Lens Ray Diagram for Convex Lens Rules for Ray Diagrams for Convex Lens Slide 10 Summary for Convex Lens Sign Convention Magnification Lens Equation Concave Lens Summary for Concave Lens Slide 17 ...
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Convex and concave lenses Human eye Chromatic aberration Telescopes Huygens’ principle Diffraction Optics Lens / Mirror Sign Convention The general rule for lenses and mirrors is this: di + for real image - for virtual image and if the lens or mirror has the ability to converge light, f is ...
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F. optical axis. Light rays that come in parallel to the optical axis diverge from the focal point. Concave Lenses. The light rays behave the same way if we ignore the thickness of the lens.
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Let so1 approach infinity Applies to convex and concave lenses Farsighted Some eyes have weak muscles. Near image focuses in front of the retina Hyperopia and presbyopia A compound converging lens compensates for the eye’s lens.
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For reflections on the outside surface, the mirror is called convex. Concave Mirrors Concave mirrors focus light at a single point. ... If the object is between the focal point and the lens, a magnified virtual, upright image is formed Concave lenses Concave lenses form virtual images.
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Ray Tracing for Lenses A concave lens can also be modeled by prisms: ... Ray Tracing and the Mirror Equation Here are the sign conventions for concave and convex mirrors: The Refraction of Light Light moves at different speeds through different media.
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Ray Diagrams Outline A ray of light is an extremely narrow beam of light. ... Reflection Mirrors Plane mirrors Spherical mirrors Concave mirrors Convex mirrors Refraction Lenses Concave lenses Convex lenses Our eyes detect light rays. converge: ...
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Ch. 18 Mirrors and Lenses Milbank High School Sec. 18.1 Mirrors Objectives Explain how concave, convex, and plane mirrors form images. Locate images using ray diagrams, and calculate image location and size using equations.
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Lenses Converging and Diverging Lenses Lens A piece of glass that bends parallel rays of light so they cross and form an image. ... Arial Default Design Lenses Lens Lens Converging (Convex) Lens Converging (Convex) Lens Diverging (Concave) ...
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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Chapter 3: Mirrors and Lenses Chapter 3: ... Paraxial Ray: A ray coming on to the mirror parallel to the axis C F radius of curvature paraxial rays Convex vs. Concave Convex Concave Spherical mirrors are drawn in two dimensions, ...
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Concave Lenses Convex Lenses A converging lens is also called a convex lens because it is thicker at the centre than at the edges. As parallel light rays travel through a convex lens, they are refracted toward the principal axis.
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We can use refractive optics instead (lenses) Convex Glass Surface C axis A concave surface is called “converging” because parallel rays converge towards one another AIR (fast) GLASS (slow) ...
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Types of Lenses: Convex Lens – Thicker at center Converging lens (refract parallel light rays so they meet) Sets ants on fire!!! Properties & Characteristics (cont.) Types of Lenses (cont.): Concave Lens – Thinner at center Diverging lens (rays spread out) Properties & Characteristics ...
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Convex Planar Concave Thin Lenses Curved Surfaces Light striking a curved surface is refracted in different directions at the surface. Some curves will cause light rays from one point to become parallel after the interface.
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Image Formation by Lenses If a piece of glass or other transparent material takes on the appropriate shape, it will be capable of taking parallel rays of incident light and either converging them to a point or appear to diverge them from a point.
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Reflection and Lenses Plane mirrors only Where will the image appear? On the left, at the zero ... Same size Smaller Larger Same size Smaller Simulation results Where will the image appear if the lens were concave? How will the image look? Same size Smaller Larger Same size Smaller If the ...
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They are convex and concave lenses. i) Convex lens :- is thicker in the middle and thinner at the edges. ... 10 LIGHT : REFLECTION AND REFRACTION 1) Light :- Slide 3 2a) Reflection of light :- Slide 5 3) Spherical mirrors :- 4) Terms used in the study of spherical mirrors : ...
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Locate the image of the arrow. object concave lens image Convex Lenses Convex lenses are thicker in the middle and focus light rays to a focal point in front of the lens.
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Lenses Lenses display focusing properties because of refraction. A convex lens will focus a parallel beam of light to a certain point. A concave lens will diverge a parallel beam of light and it appears to have come from a particular point.
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Title: A concave mirror with a focal length of 10 cm creates a real image 30 cm away on its principal axis; the corresponding object is located how far from the mirror?
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Lenses Applications of Light Refraction What are some common applications of the refraction of light? Cameras Microscopes Lenses Eyeglasses Human eye Telescopes Binoculars Lenses Definition: curved piece of glass When light passes through as lens, direction of light changes Each light ray ...
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Lenses Chapter 30 Lenses A lens is a piece of glass that is shaped so that parallel light rays are bent so that they cross to form an image. Lenses – Two Types Converging lens - also known as a convex lens - glass that “curves out” on both sides - causes light to focus to a single point ...
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Mirrors Physics Mrs. Coyle Plane Mirror di=do Plane Mirror http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/py106/Reflection.html Type of Image Virtual Equal in Size Erect (Upright) Spherical (Curved) Mirrors Concave Convex Concave Mirror(Converging) http://www.shokabo.co.jp/sp_e/optical/labo/lens/lens.htm Concave ...
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"Contact Lenses at Plymouth Vision Center." Plymouth Vision Center. N.p., 2010. Web. 8 Feb. 2011. Peters, Mark. "Olympus camera lenses unveiled." Lets Go Digital. N.p., 9 Nov. 2009. Web. 8 Feb. 2011. "Vintage eyeglasses spectacles from Germany by RetroEyewear on Etsy.“
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Chapter 18 Mirrors and Lenses 18.2 Lenses A. Types of Lenses B. Convex Lenses C. Concave Lenses D. Optical Instruments that Use Lenses A. Types of Lenses 1.
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Light and Color for the Middle School By Greg Corder TOC Reflection and mirrors Refraction and lenses Applications of lenses and mirrors Color: light, pigments, and wavelength Diffraction Interference Light the electromagnetic wave Photoelectric effect Nature of light: particle, wave, or both?
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Light, Reflection, & Mirrors ... Spherical Mirrors – Concave & Convex Converging (Concave) Mirror A converging mirror is one that is spherical in nature by which it can FOCUS parallel light rays to a point directly in front of its surface.
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Consider an object placed in front of a flat mirror Object O is placed a distance p in ... 2.00 Thin Lenses A thin lens forms an image by refraction of light Has 2 refracting ... Also, R > 0 (R < 0) for concave (convex) mirrors A convex spherical mirror with a radius of curvature of ...
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Green Flash Lenses Converging Lens Lenses Diverging Lens Principal axis f Ray Diagramming Applet1 Double Convex Double Concave Plano Convex Plano Concave Convex Meniscus Concave Meniscus Convex lenses are positive converging lenses.
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