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Note on Fresnel transmission coefficient: Consider n1>n2  t>1 We still have conservation of Energy! Fresnel Coefficients:

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1 Note on Fresnel transmission coefficient: Consider n1>n2  t>1 We still have conservation of Energy! Fresnel Coefficients:

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5 M3-42 FABRY-PEROT INTERFEROMETER – SODIUM M4-25 INTERFERENCE IN LARGE SOAP FILM - SODIUM AND WHITE N1-14: REFLECTION GRATING – LARGE L4-02: REFRACTION - BEER MUG IN WATER L4-03: REFRACTION - ROD IN WATER L4-06: REFRACTION IN CLOUDY WATER L5-13: PLEXIGLASS SPIRAL WITH LASER L5-11: LASER WATERFALL L6-09: REAL IMAGE OF CONVERGING LENS combine with above: (L6-14): IMAGE OF CONVEX LENS - WITH AND WITHOUT BAFFLE L3-16: FOCUSING OF HEAT WAVES BY MIRRORS L3-18: FOCUSING OF HEAT WAVES - OVERHEAD PROJECTOR L3-23: IMAGE ON SCREEN USING CONCAVE MIRROR L3-31: GIANT MIRROR - CONCAVE AND CONVEX Lecture Demos

6 Where: Chemistry building (attached to Physics building) Room # 1402 When: October: 8, 13, 20, 27, and 29 Change of Class room: See schedule on website

7 Different limits for light behavior Ray optics -- Light travels in straight lines in direction of Poynting vector

8 Light Rays Ray optics -- Light travels in straight lines in direction of Poynting vector An object is a source of light rays, emanating from every point in all directions --- scattered light and light sources The eye is sensitive to how much the rays are diverging to give a sense of where object is located in space (eye separation is the main mechanism, not just from one eyeball). Think of this as triangulating back to the source of the diverging rays to find where source is located.

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10 Law of reflection (specular) Specular reflection (object smooth and flat over an area large compared to wavelength) For large flat mirror: Angle of incidence = angle of reflection Diffusive reflection (object not smooth, but locally obeys the law of reflection)

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12 Law of reflection (specular) Specular reflection (object smooth and flat over an area large compared to wavelength) For large flat mirror: Angle of incidence = angle of reflection Diffusive reflection (object not smooth, but locally obeys the law of reflection)

13 Law of reflection

14 Virtual image – light rays do not physically pass through image. Eye perceives the rays diverging from the image location

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19 Total Internal Reflection

20 Total Internal Reflection – Fiber optics

21 Image formation by Refraction

22 Dispersion Index of refraction can be a function of frequency (or wavelength). Therefore, different frequencies will diffract to different angles via Snell’s law:

23 Thin Lenses -- Intro

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26 Thin Lenses, Diverging Lens -- Intro

27 Imaging at refractory surface

28 Imaging at refractory surface – Convex

29 Imaging at refractory surface – Concave

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31 Imaging at refractory surface – Flat

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39 Thin Lens Formula:

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41 Thin Lens – Ray tracing Converging Lenses

42 Thin Lens – Ray tracing Diverging Lenses

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44 Various shaped lenses

45 Homework #7 (long) due next Tuesday Homework #8 (short) due on Exam II day, Oct 27th Exam II in ~ 2 weeks, Tuesday Oct. 27 th in Chemistry Building room 1402 Chapters Logistics Where: Chemistry building (attached to Physics building) Room # 1402 When: October: 13, 20, 27, and 29 Change of Class room: See schedule on website

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49 Refractive spherical surfaces: Last time

50 Thin spherical lenses: Last time

51 Spherical Mirrors:

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54 Spherical Mirrors – Ray tracing Concave Mirrors

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58 Spherical Mirrors – Ray tracing Convex Mirrors

59 Spherical Mirrors – Sign convention

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