Ppt on daily life examples of reflection and refraction of light

- Giordana Bruno, 1584, "On the Infinite Universe and Worlds"

place to store any optical device. Heat can destroy lenses. Only clean binocular eyepieces and objectives when absolutely necessary and only with microfiber cloths (e.g. eyeglass cleaning cloth). Types of Telescopes Three main types of visible light scopes: Refracting (lenses) Reflecting (mirrors) Catadioptric (multiple mirrors) Telescopes - Refractors Uses lenses to gather and focus light Same type as original Galileo telescope Telescopes - Refractors Telescopes-Early Use What Galileo saw/


Central Force 1 Waves and things that repeat. Repeaters 2 Hypothesize how 1. Circles 2. Oscillators (mass on a spring) 3. Waves are related.

Common perception of… SoundReal life example Wavelength Frequency Amplitude Sound 57 http://www.artinaid.com/2013/04/sound/ Hypothesize how sound behaves when it encounters walls or other large objects. -Thought: What does it sound like when you yell into a canyon or talk loudly in a museum? -Virtual: ‘Sound’ & ‘Wave Interference’ phet.colorado.edu -Real: Design your own! Reflection 58 Reflection 59 Reflection of Sound Waves/


1 Chemical and Physical, Health and Safety, Regulatory, Properties on STN.

IR Reflectance /and 150 g body weight; temperature of water 20 deg C; 12:12 light-dark rhythm; fed daily with commercial fish pellets; test solution water changed every other day; fish... Basic Index Pharmacological and/Example Property Hierarchy (/PH) => E CRYSTAL/PH E1 1168 CRYOSCOPIC CONSTANT/PH E2 85777 CRYPH/PH E3 0 --> CRYSTAL/PH E4 570 CRYSTAL GROWTH/PH E5 2077 CRYSTAL HABIT/PH E6 855 CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGY/PH E7 85777 CRYSTAL PHASE/PH E8 382655 CRYSTAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION/PH E9 718 CRYSTAL REFRACTIVE/


Geant4 - a simulation toolkit - Makoto Asai (SLAC Computing Services) On behalf of the Geant4 Collaboration December 1 st, 2003 KEK.

toolkit - M.Asai (SLAC) - Dec 01, 2003 @ACAT0342 Optical processes  Optical photons are generated if one or more of following processes are activated.  Cerenkov radiation,  Transition radiation,  Scintillation  Optical processes built in Geant4  Absorption,  Rayleigh scattering  Boundary Processes (reflection, refraction)  Optical properties, e.g. dielectric coefficient and surface smoothness, can be set to a volume. Geant4 : a simulation toolkit - M.Asai (SLAC) - Dec 01/


Author: Lototska Olena V. Author: Lototska Olena V. 1 Introduction in hygiene and ecology. Basic laws of hygiene. Principles of the hygienic setting of.

to marine life  Lead poisoning due to damage to lead pipes. Prevention: Prevention:  i.Treatment of industrial smoke  ii.Increase plant growing i.e. Forestation Green House Effect: Green houses are glass huts seen in hilly areas and in the agricultural processing areas. Mechanism : When light falls on any surface which is transparent, some rays are reflected and some are refracted. A process of partial retention of light takes place/


Sensors and Wireless Sensor Networks

Roadmap Motivation for a Network of Wireless Sensor Nodes Definitions and background Challenges and constraints Overview of topics covered Sensing and Sensors Sensing: technique to gather information about physical objects or areas Sensor (transducer): object performing a sensing task; converting one form of energy in the physical world into electrical energy Examples of sensors from biology: the human body eyes: capture optical information (light) ears: capture acoustic information (sound/


Sensors and Wireless Sensor Networks

Roadmap Motivation for a Network of Wireless Sensor Nodes Definitions and background Challenges and constraints Overview of topics covered Sensing and Sensors Sensing: technique to gather information about physical objects or areas Sensor (transducer): object performing a sensing task; converting one form of energy in the physical world into electrical energy Examples of sensors from biology: the human body eyes: capture optical information (light) ears: capture acoustic information (sound/


PHYSICS AND ART 2014. Illuminations This picture is inspired by the phenomena of electricity and magnetism with the intent of bringing to light the intriguing.

of light and a surface. In normal life, we don’t really think about the physics of light behind our own shadows. This picture was taken from the top floor of Carparc Diem. In this picture we can see people crossing the street, and their perfect shadows reflecting/the evaporating substance. The other type of vaporization is boiling, which is characterized by bubbles of saturated vapor forming in the liquid phase. Steam produced in a boiler is another example of evaporation occurring in a saturated vapor phase/


Introduction to Geant4 Gunter Folger, CERN EP/SFT Michel Maire, LAPP/Annecy On behalf of the Geant4 Collaboration 30 September, 2003.

medical and other life-saving neutron applications  low energy dosimetric applications  high energy production targets  e.g. 400GeV protons on C or Be  medium energy production targets  e.g. 15-50 GeV p on light targets/ generated if one or more of following processes are activated.  Cherenkov radiation  Scintillation  Optical processes  Absorption  Rayleigh scattering  Boundary Processes (reflection, refraction)  Optical properties, e.g. dielectric coefficient and surface smoothness, can be set/


Objective 1 The student will demonstrate and understanding of the nature of science.

negative image represents an image on the negative, and the positive image represents the same image on photo paper. Which of the following would explain why this film works with a reduced amount of light? A The film reflects long wavelengths of light efficiently. B Fewer silver halide granules are present in the film. C The film refracts brighter light. D The photochemical reaction can occur in lower intensity/


Author: Lototska Olena V. Author: Lototska Olena V. 1 The perspectives of development of preventive medicine field.

as Green house gases. These gases cause partial retention of light in the air and so temperature of the atmosphere increases Green House Effect: Green houses are glass huts seen in hilly areas and in the agricultural processing areas. Mechanism : When light falls on any surface which is transparent, some rays are reflected and some are refracted. A process of partial retention of light takes place in the green house, so temperature/


Radiation Electromagnetic radiation consists of waves of electrical and magnetic disturbances. Tools of Astronomy It includes visible light, infrared.

of electromagnetic radiation. A telescope collects light over a large area, makes time exposures, and can use other instruments to analyze light. Visible-light telescopes can be made using lenses, as in refracting telescopes, or mirrors, as in reflecting telescopes. Space is explored by telescopes, satellites, probes, and humans. Section 28.1 Study Guide Section 28.3 Main Ideas The entire sky appears to rotate daily/a state in which orbital and rotational periods are equal. For example, the Moon has a /


A Study of Early Childhood Program Environments

could we place nearby to capture elements of sound and motion to peak the interest of those around? Are there ways we could make better use of light to explore shadows, reflections, and color refractions? How can we use nooks and crannies, windowsills, or countertops to display treasures to capture someone’s imagination? Symbolic representation, literacy, and visual arts Beyond the limited notions of reading and writing materials, consider a wide range/


AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM AND DRUGS

from the parasympathetic system. Impulses from the sympathetic nerve cause pupil dilation and impulses from the parasympathetic nerve causes pupil constriction. The drug atropine inhibits the parasympathetic nerve, causing the pupil to dilate. This is useful in eye operations. The iris is a good example of a reflex arc. BRIGHT LIGHT DIM LIGHT PARASYMPATHETIC NERVE IMPULSE SYMPATHETIC NERVE IMPULSE CIRCULAR MUSCLES CONTRACT CIRCULAR MUSCLES RELAX/


The Ottawa School of Theology & Spirituality

Bible Archaeology can– Prevent the Bible from being mythalogical by anchoring it in the realm of history Provide the geographical and chronological context of biblical people and events; show their cultural, economic, political etc. contexts Uncover the empirical evidence for clarifying the text Shed light on the daily life of biblical people by recovering their pottery, utensils, weopons, seals, architecture etc. Trends in Archaeology It has become a/


FCAT 2.0 Practice/Sample Questions ….and answers Try to answer the questions, then click for correct answers to appear.

, and the air around the candle heats up. Which of the following is an example of a/reflect light. B. It can refract light. C. It can increase the intensity of light. D. It can increase the wavelength of light. B. It can refract light. (bends lightwave because it is through a new medium) Energy Transformation Emma constructed a simple motor. When connected correctly, the coil of copper wire spins. Which of the following best describes the energy transformation that takes place between the paper clips and/


“Preparing Children, Promoting Excellence” Presented by: Chris Castillo Comer Director of Science Toyota Regional Collaboratives Partnership Leadership.

: interference, polarization, reflection, refraction, and resonance within various materials* IPC 6 (A,B,D*) Energy TransformationsIPC 6 (A,B,D*) Energy Transformations –Law of Conservation of Energy –Movement of heat through solids, liquids, and gases, by convection, conduction and radiation –Economic and environmental impact *Only in Grade 11 Exit Level Science TAKS Science TAKS Grade 11 Objective 5 IPC 5(B) Concept: How images are Formed and Light travels in a/


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land in whose nostrils was the breath of life died.’ (Genesis 7:22) 8/27/the human and katydid ears are a great example of convergent evolution/of whose sides leads to this double refraction of light. Unlike direct sunlight, reflected light is polarized (with light waves in a particular orientation), true of the scattered light on a cloudy day. It’s thought that the Vikings exploited these properties of light by mounting a calcite crystal in a wooden block and rotating it horizontally until the brightness of/


Physics Etymology of the word “Physics” Physics comes from the Greek word “  υσικά,” title of one of Aristotle’s book; it is an adjective meaning everything.

of light, including reflection, refraction and colour. The work is a significant part of the early history of optics. His other works include Planetary Hypothesis, Planisphaerium and Analemma. Ptolemys theorem If the quadrilateral inscribed in a circle is given by its four vertices A, B, C, and/ example is his study of the origin of the ability of some fish to give an electric shock. He made up imitation fish of leather and wood soaked in salt water, with pewter (tin) attachments representing the organs of /


NOVEL II Lecture 8 1. SYNOPSIS Critical Reflection continue… What is Joyces attitude to Stephen Dedalus? What did Joyce mean by the term "epiphany"?

of it… Entrapment and Constraint Catholicism Escape Independence Beauty, Sensitivity, and Imagination 3 SYNOPSIS VIRGINIA WOOLf 1. Her Life and Works 2. A Note of Her Hardships 3. Her Philosphy/ Writing Technique – Stream of Consciouness 4. Her Major Works- A Quick Look 4 Critical Reflection/uneventful and commonplace, is refractedand sometimes almost dissolved—in the characters receptive consciousnesses. Intense lyricism and stylistic virtuosity fuse to create a world overabundant with auditory and visual /


Chapter 11 (Castro) Between the Tides. The Intertidal Zone Of all the ocean, the intertidal zone (also called the littoral zone) is the best known. The.

extreme temps 3. Limpets Most common predators come from land such as birds, raccoon, rats, and other land animals High Tide Zone Area of the intertidal zone that is flooded during the peaks of the tide (once / twice daily) and experiences long periods without water in between these peak times. Main “life” forms within the high tide zone: 1. Barnacles 2. Limpets 3. Shore crabs – occasionally/


1 Session 8: Local Reading of Images of Global Popular Culture February 27 th 11:00 am - 12:45 pm.

, package and distribute information to users. The production of systematic knowledge about social life becomes, in Giddens’ words: “integral to system reproduction, rolling social life away from the fixities of tradition.” 72 Reflexivity in Japan This production/distribution function is a daily media activity in Japan: –They present an array of redundant mediations about domestic athletic exports or foreign athletic imports to information consumers – The examples are far/


Unit E: Space Exploration Focusing Questions: How have humans attained a presence in space? What technologies have been developed and on what scientific.

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 We have all heard that a picture says a thousand words; however if students are not taught the language of photography I believe they will not understand.

things they don’t like have the students make presentations, posters or slide shows and have each others groups interpret their data. Physical Science Lesson Idea : Study of light is directly related to photography introduce photography and the science behind photography in the photography basics slides above. Concepts you can introduce include reflecting and refracting light and its predictable nature in the non quantum physics world. Talk about ROYGBIV/


Diseases of the Skin Appendages. Alopecia areata  Characterized by rapid and complete loss of hair in one, or more often several round or oval patches.

banded by alternating segments of light and dark color when seen in reflected lightLight bands are caused by clusters of abnormal air-filled cavities which scatter light  Hair growth is normal  No other assoc abnormalities  Autosomal dominant  Begins in infancy and requires no treatment Pili annulati (Ringed Hair) Pili pseudoannulati  Mimics pili annulati  Bright segments are caused by reflection and refraction of light by flattened, twisted surfaces of hair  Variant of normal hair Kinked hair/


Types of Oceanography So far – Geology

first meter and converted into heat. Only 1% of light entering the ocean reaches 100m. Water displays the selective absorption of light with long wavelengths absorbed first and short wavelengths absorbed last. In the open ocean, blue light penetrates the deepest. The Ocean Sciences: Other Physical Properties of Water In turbid coastal waters light rarely penetrates deeper than 20m and the water appears yellow to green because particles reflect these wavelengths/


Fire Case Notes - 1 How does fire affect climate? Forest fires, brush fires, and slash and burn agriculture are a significant force for environmental change,

and life cycle Fire Case Notes - 3 Radiation Primer What is radiation? Radiation can be particles (protons, electrons, etc.) or electromagnetic waves (x- rays, ultraviolet light, visible light/ energy and wavelength -Note: direction may be bent by the process of refraction Reflection or /and particulates Fire Case Notes - 14 What happens to solar radiation that reaches Earth’s surface? Absorbed or reflected -Examples/ *albedo of water depends on the solar angle and sea surface roughness (daily average given)./


History of Psychology 2008 Lecture 5 Professor Cupchik Office: S634 Office hours: Wed 1-2; Thurs 12-1 Course website:

influence on the development of political philosophy, and he is widely regarded as one of the most influential Enlightenment thinkers and contributors to liberal theory. His writings, along with those of the writings of many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, influenced the American revolutionaries as reflected in the American Declaration of Independence. He held fundamental ideas about the importance of liberty and tolerance that were formed early in this life. His basic concern/


1 Signals and Systems. CHAPTER 1 School of Electrical System Engineering, UniMAP School of Electrical System Engineering, UniMAP NORSHAFINASH BT SAUDIN.

signal, face to face or telephone channel. visual (ii) use of visual, signal taking the form of images of people or objects around us.  Real life example  Real life example of signals; (i) Doctor listening to the heartbeat, blood pressure and temperature of the patient. These indicate the state of health of the patient. (ii) Daily fluctuations in the price of stock market will convey an information on the how the share for a/


Author: Author: Lototska O.V. 1 Introduction in hygiene and ecology. Basic laws of hygiene. Cosmosphere, sun radiation and health. Hygienical value of.

- Ban on nuclear tests. b- Green House Effect: b- Green House Effect: introduction: Green houses are glass huts seen in hilly areas and in the agricultural processing areas.  Mechanism : When light falls on any surface which is transparent, some rays are reflected and some are refracted. A process of partial retention of light takes place in the green house, so temperature in the glass house is increased.  Causes/


1 Signals and Systems CHAPTER 1 EKT 232/230 Lecturers Prof. DR. SABIRA KHATUN EN. RASHIDI CHE BESON EN. ABDUL RAHMAN KRAM.

signal, face to face or telephone channel. visual (ii) use of visual, signal taking the form of images of people or objects around us.  Real life example  Real life example of signals; (i) Doctor listening to the heartbeat, blood pressure and temperature of the patient. These indicate the state of health of the patient. (ii) Daily fluctuations in the price of stock market will convey an information on the how the share for a/


Signals and Systems 1 CHAPTER 1. 2 1.1 What is a Signal ? 1.2 Classification of a Signals. 1.2.1 Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals 1.2.2 Even.

signal, face to face or telephone channel. visual (ii) use of visual, signal taking the form of images of people or objects around us.  Real life example  Real life example of signals; (i) Doctor listening to the heartbeat, blood pressure and temperature of the patient. These indicate the state of health of the patient. (ii) Daily fluctuations in the price of stock market will convey an information on the how the share for a/


3. Central Places Hierarchies & Networks Networks of Centres & Sub Centres are built around: 1.Districts, nodes, landmarks, paths, edges and service hubs.

milk splash creating a corona of secondary centres Credit: C. Alexander, 2002 Strong Centres in Daily Life: Foci Interacting to Create New Wholes Credit : C. Alexander, 2002 Strong Centres & Wholeness in Natural Science Credit: C. Alexander, 2002 Refraction of light particles into waves on passing through an observation slit, forming natural peaks of concentration and intervals of diminution. A strongly centred entrance composed of practical and related elements -stairs, bench, railings/


Classroom notes for: Radiation and Life 98.101.201 Professor: Thomas M. Regan Pinanski 207 ext 3283.

- rays. –Invisible- essentially the only part of the electromagnetic spectrum that humans can see is visible light; all other forms of electromagnetic energy are invisible to the human eye. –Didn’t reflect/refract like light waves- x-rays have a different frequency, so they behave differently. –Couldn’t deflect them with a magnet- they are electromagnetic energy, and as such carry no charge. Only objects with charge/


These are examples of student posters in a previous class. Note: The class was on more general issues of innovation.

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2 Definition Evolution is the slow, gradual change in a population of organisms over time. copyright cmassengale.

to migrate c. thick fur and a layer of fat d. all of the above 20. Which statement best reflects a general principle of evolution? a. All organisms will eventually change and adapt to their environments b. Organisms/example, that it was at first difficult for many scientists to accept asteroid explanations for the disappearance of the dinosaurs." Schmitz and his colleagues detail their findings in the Dec. 16 advance issue of the journal Nature Geoscience. Smackdown Just before the jolt to Ordovician life/


Spirituality and Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Perspective André L. Delbecq Santa Clara University Santa Clara, CA 95053-0390 © 11/11.

know they must know that you care Kouzes and Posner Relating Spiritual Disciplines Meditation on Light and Darkness in Organization Practice of Presence The “Examen” Returning to the Triangulated Perspective Professional Dilemma, Distortion, Challenge Case Histories Self Reports Conceptual ReflectionMeditation Reflection Social Science, Sp Spiritual Insight Managerial Science Spiritual Practice Practice Biography 2 nd Example: Distortions of Power Aspects Of The Executive Personality We Celebrate That May/


Day 1 6-10 pm The Sky (what you see looking up) and Astronomy’s History Observational Astronomy Your Backyard and up…

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1 Lecture on Positioning Prof. Maria Papadopouli University of Crete ICS-FORTH

the receiver display device and, if the receiver provides data capture capabilities, stored by the receiver-logging unit 21 GPS Satellite Signals As light moves through a given medium, low-frequency signals get “refracted” or slowed more than/new positioning information from peers Voting algorithm to accumulate and assesses the received positioning information Grid-representation of the terrain Example of voting process @ host u Host A positioned at the center of the co-centric disks Host D votes (positive/


Chapter 2: Applications. 2 Fundamentals of Wireless Sensor Networks: Theory and Practice Waltenegus Dargie and Christian Poellabauer © 2010 Chapter 2:

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12 th Annual Service-Learning Student Showcase Office of Experiential Learning.

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Chemistry Basics Elements  a unique type of atom There are 92 natural elements occurring on earth The study of elements needed for life is called organic.

– Problem: too many rivers/lakes for efficiency Increase the amount of grazing herbivores on the permafrost – This would keep the forest young and therefore allow more of the ice/snow covered ground to show. The light color of the ice/snow covered ground has a high reflective quality so it would reflect more sunlight, decreasing the temperature and keeping the permafrost frozen. What’s the Big Picture? Carbon/


1. The Color Phenomenon Color is a perception that is manifested in response to a narrow span of the electromagnetic spectrum emitted by light sources.

of the spectrum. 3 4  Pigments are compounds that absorb light in the wavelength range of the visible region. This absorption is due to a molecule-specific structure (chromophore) that captures the energy from a radiant source.  Some energy is not absorbed and is reflected and/or refracted; this energy is captured by the eye and/of many conditions, for example, inflammation, aging, and cancer.  It is observed that Hibiscus anthocyanins inhibit lethal injury induced by t-BHP in rat primary hepatocytes and /


Warm – Up 3/3/15 1. During the new moon phase, the Moon cannot be seen in the night sky. Which diagram shows how the Moon, Earth, and Sun are arranged.

in orbit by the shuttle Discovery Example of scientific instrument in space Used to measure the age and size of the universe Able to take /of Visible-light Telescopes Reflecting Telescope ◦ are telescopes that use a mirror to gather light. ◦ providing enough light to reveal hundreds of deep- sky objects as well as show details of the moons around Jupiter ◦ *Galileo used this type! Refracting Telescope ◦ are telescopes that use a lens to bend and concentrate light. ◦ crisp views of the moon, planets and/


February 2016 AOA Corporate & Industry Relations Center Proposal for SPONSOR 2016 AOA Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities.

point, including: web, digital, print, direct e- blasts to name a few. Below is an example of content marketing channels/ideas an advertiser may consider for a topical area such as Diabetes. Feature articles and infographics (digital, web and print) Patient education brochures Web content BMI Calculator Doctor and Practice Resources Chairside tool PowerPoint templates Checklists Online Accredited Education – Diabetes Nation In-Person Accredited Education/


Cancer and the Eye: Ocular Tumors, Malignancies, and Neoplasms Brad Sutton, OD, FAAO Clinical Associate Professor IU School of Optometry No financial conflicts.

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1 Training for the Georgia Performance Standards Day 1: Standards-Based Education and the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS)

dS8P3a-c S8P4a-fS8P5a-c Atoms, Molecules, Pure Substances, States of Matter, Periodicity, Conservation of Matter Conservation of Energy, Potential and Kinetic Energy, Different forms of Energy (heat, light, electrical, mechanical, motion, and sound), Conduction, Convection, Radiation, Electromagnetic and mechanical waves, Reflection, Refraction, Absorption, Diffraction, Wavelengths, Properties of Sound, Balanced and Unbalanced Forces, Velocity, Acceleration, Simple Machines Gravitational Force, Mass, Series/


1 Global Effects Lecture #21 HNRT 228 Spring 2015 Energy and the Environment Adapted from GMU, UNM and USGS.

Chapman and Walsh, 2004 24  Snow and sea ice reflect 85-90% of sun’s energy.  Ocean surface and dark soil reflect only/and Miles Driven  Miles Flown  Recreational Vehicle Use Average Footprint is 30,000 pounds 59 Conservation: Three Examples Unplug Appliances  Vampires!  43 billion kWH lost/year in US  Est: 1,000 lbs/year/person Pump Up Tires  4 million gallon of gas wasted daily in US  Extends life of/ appliances when not in use C: Replace light bulbs with compact fluorescents D: Wash clothes /


WATER ASSESSMENT AND TESTING Introduction to Watershed Science Merritt College Marc Epstein, Instructor.

MONITORING   Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)   A calculation of the maximum amount of a pollutant that a waterbody can receive and still meet water quality standards, and an allocation of that amount to the pollutants sources.   Water quality standards are set by States, Territories, and Tribes. They identify the uses for each waterbody, for example, drinking water supply, contact recreation (swimming), and aquatic life support (fishing), and the scientific criteria to/


1 Chapter 10 Global Effects Lecture #21 HNRT 228 Spring 2013 Energy and the Environment Adapted from UNM and USGS.

Chapman and Walsh, 2004 22  Snow and sea ice reflect 85-90% of sun’s energy.  Ocean surface and dark soil reflect only/and Miles Driven  Miles Flown  Recreational Vehicle Use Average Footprint is 30,000 pounds 57 Conservation: Three Examples Unplug Appliances  Vampires!  43 billion kWH lost/year in US  Est: 1,000 lbs/year/person Pump Up Tires  4 million gallon of gas wasted daily in US  Extends life of/ appliances when not in use C: Replace light bulbs with compact fluorescents D: Wash clothes /


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