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INVESTIGATION : The Path of Light From Air into Acrylic In groups of 3, decide who will be the MATERIAL manager, TASK manager, and SAFETY officer. Every.

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1 INVESTIGATION : The Path of Light From Air into Acrylic In groups of 3, decide who will be the MATERIAL manager, TASK manager, and SAFETY officer. Every person must have a role. Material manager: responsible for getting all the material and for cleaning up. Task manager: responsible for becoming familiar with the procedure, and knowing what the group members have to do (step by step). Safety officer and recorder: responsible for any safety issues, and for recording the measurements for their group. In your groups, fill out Table 1 on your handout and answer questions # a to i on a separate piece of paper. To be handed in by tomorrow’s class. On your question sheet, please write down the names of your group members and their responsibilities Refraction of Light

2 What we’ve covered so far Sources and Nature of Light – Definitions: Incandescence Flourescence Luminescence Phosphorescence Chemiluminescence Bioluminescence – Electromagnetic Spectrum – HW: p.410 # Properties of Light and Reflection – Understand the key terms – Laws of Reflection – The 4 characteristics of an image in a plane mirror (using SALT) – How to locate an image in a plane mirror using a ray diagram – HW: p.414 # 2, 3... p.418 # 1,2,4,6... “Finding Images” handout 10.3 Images in Concave Mirrors – How to draw ray diagrams for concave mirrors (you could be asked to draw any one of those five scenarios) – The 4 characteristics of these images in concave mirrors (using SALT) – HW: “Concave Mirrors & Ray Diagrams” handout 10.4 Images in Convex Mirrors – How to draw ray diagrams for convex mirrors – The 4 characteristics of the image in convex mirrors (using SALT) – HW: p.434 # 1,3,4 (LC), and “Curved Mirror” handout 11.1 Refraction of Light – Describing Refraction (i.e. Golf cart in mud) – Describing refraction using rays – Index of refraction n=c/v and calculation problems. – Dispersion and ROYGBIV – HW: p.455 # 1-4 and p.456 # 1-8

3 Helpful videos Physics with MicroStation Reflection from Flat Mirrors Physics with MicroStation Optics Concave Mirror src_vid=7gysjFGQ9yw&v=9RNm4ej_Kfs src_vid=7gysjFGQ9yw&v=9RNm4ej_Kfs Physics with MicroStation Optics Covex Mirror src_vid=7gysjFGQ9yw&v=r-s_pFboiPw src_vid=7gysjFGQ9yw&v=r-s_pFboiPw Bill Nye Youtube videos. Search for: Bill Nye - Light Optics – Briefly explains flat, concave and convex reflections. Bill Nye - Light bending and bouncing – Ties in with Topic 11.1 Refraction Bill Nye – Light & Color – Briefly explains the color white being made up of all colors


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