Ppt on reflection of light for class 8

Teaching Optics Topics in College Physics Laboratory Roman Ya. Kezerashvili New York City College of Technology The City University of New York Winter.

presented at the laboratory class in the second semester of College and University Physics courses to study properties of light. The study of light can be organized into three domains: geometric optics, wave optics and quantum optics. These domains are not strictly disjoint. In the sets of experiments for the first domain students study the laws of reflection and refraction of light by measuring the dependence of the angles of reflection and refraction on the/


To observe the various phenomena of light

access. Label lasers with appropriate Class III danger statements and placard /of Light & Index of Refraction Snell’s Law Total Internal Reflection Refraction of Prism Angle of Minimum Deviation of Prism --Provides a good way to measure the index of refraction of a material. Applications of Prism A refracting prism is a convenient geometry to illustrate dispersion and The use of the angle of minimum deviation provides a good way to measure the index of refraction of a material. Reflecting prisms are used for/


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Radiometry, lights and surfaces

) or ideal diffuse surfaces Use radiosity as a unit to describe light leaving the surface DHR is often called diffuse reflectance, or albedo for a Lambertian surface, BRDF is independent of angle, too. Useful fact: The ubiquitous pi again. Tell students that this derivation follows that a few slides back. Specular surfaces Another important class of surfaces is specular, or mirror-like. radiation arriving along a/


Reflection of Light Reflection and Refraction of Light Refraction of Light.

for Converging Lens If the object is located beyond 2F: If the object is located at 2F: If the object is located between 2F and F: If the object is located at F: If the object is located in front of F: Diverging Lens Image Formation Can only produce virtual images. Thanks to: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=reflection+and+refraction+of+light/


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Homework: Corrections to first problem set Problems 6, 7, 8 Honors: + 9, 10 Fridays Homework: Corrections to first problem set Problems 6, 7, 8 Honors: + 9, 10 Problem 1 What happens to the surface of the road when it is wet? Why ? Water fills in crevices (bumps) creating a smooth surface for light to reflect upon Reflection on a smooth surface Headlight on a dry road Vocab/


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produced by a prism or a rainbow Properties of Light Refraction A Lens Refractive Index Numerical Aperture Resolution Aberrations Fluorescence Reflection and Refraction Snell’s Law: The angle of reflection (Ør) is equal to the angle of incidence (Øi) regardless of the surface material The angle of the transmitted beam (Øt) is dependent upon the composition of the material Transmitted (refracted)Beam Reflected Beam r t i Incident Beam n1/


Zhang & Liang, Computer Graphics Using Java 2D and 3D (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 9 Lighting and Texturing F To understand.

Inc. All rights reserved. 6 Light Classes Zhang & Liang, Computer Graphics Using Java 2D and 3D (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 7 Properties of Lights F Lights can have a color associated /of an Appearance is set, it enables lighting for the object by default F Contains components to control the color contributed by different kinds of lighting –ambient, diffuse, specular –can also contain an emissive color component F Shininess coefficient affects specular reflection F Color target for/


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Educational Materials at http://www.cyto.purdue.edu/class These slides are intended for use in a lecture series. Copies of the slides are distributed and students encouraged to /of incident light are reflected at the interface between two material of different RI Thickness of the material will alter the constructive or destructive interference patterns - increasing or decreasing certain wavelengths Optical filters can thus be created that “interfere” with the normal transmission of light Slide 22 t:/classes/


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for class – that means in your seat when the bell rings Be prepared for class with writing materials – pen and paper No hats or do-rags in class No electronics in class including cell phones Be respectful of others Absolutely no food in class What is needed for this class/ amount of insolation received-ash clouds block sun from reaching the surface. 7. Color and texture – light colors reflect, dark colors absorb. Rough surfaces absorb, smooth surfaces reflect. Topic 7-Weather Air mass- A large body of air /


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’ © 2012 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.7 Properties of Light Viewability in High Ambient Light Conditions Solutions for High Ambient Light Conditions Technology Overview Agenda © 2012 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.8 Properties of Light © 2012 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.9 Properties of Light Specular Reflection - the mirror-like reflection of light. Regular reflection Normal © 2012 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.10/


3D Computer Vision and Video Computing Review Midterm Review CSC I6716 Spring 2003 Zhigang Zhu, NAC 8/203A

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THE WHY’S & HOW’S OF THE PHENOMENON OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION.

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colors of pigment, reflect the color you see. Light Objects can absorb light, reflect light, and allow light to pass through them. Objects can absorb light, reflect light, and allow light to pass through them. The type of matter in an object determines the amount of light it absorbs, reflects, and transmits. The type of matter in an object determines the amount of light it absorbs, reflects, and transmits. Opaque Objects that are opaque only absorbs and reflects light – no light passes/


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8 th Grade Science Final Exam Review. 1. What are the tests used to identify a mineral? Streak – color of a mineral’s powder. Fracture – splitting a mineral.

8 th Grade Science Final Exam Review 1. What are the tests used to identify a mineral? Streak – color of a mineral’s powder. Fracture – splitting a mineral apart unevenly. Cleavage – breaks evenly. Luster – describes how light is reflected from a mineral’s surface. Density – mass/ Chemical energy: ex. bonds are broken in your cells & release energy for your body to use 47. What does the law of conservation of energy state? When one form of energy is transformed to another, no energy is lost in the process. /


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mechanisms pump energy into the active medium by one or more of three basic methods; optical, electrical or chemical. 3.High Reflectance Mirror A mirror which reflects essentially 100% of the laser light. 4.Partially Transmissive Mirror A mirror which reflects less than 100% of the laser light and transmits the remainder. 6 Laser Components Gas lasers consist of a gas filled tube placed in the laser cavity. A/


2 classes of waves compressiontransverse Wave Behavior  All waves will Reflect Refract Diffract Interfere.

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PHY132 Introduction to Physics II Class 5 – Outline: Ch. 23, sections 23.1-23.5 Reflection Refraction Total Internal Reflection Image Formation Colour.

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