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By David S. Loshin OD PhD

This workbook is designed to complement optics textbooks and covers the entire conventional issues of geometrical optics. phrases, equations, definitions, and ideas are mentioned in brief and defined via a sequence of difficulties which are labored out in a step by step demeanour which simplifies the problem-solving procedure. extra perform difficulties are supplied on the finish of every bankruptcy

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Example 3-h Using the refracting and the deviation equations (3-1, 3-2, 3-3, and 3-5), derive the relationships for normal incidence. Substituting Q\ = 0° into the equations, one can easily derive the relationships described: (3-1) ns sin θ! = n sin θ\ n sin0° sinB'^-^ n P 0 ΘΊ = 0ο e'^shT^O ) (3-2) γ = θ , 1 +θ 2 = 0 ο +θ 2 Υ = θ2 (3-5) δ = θλ + θτ2 - γ = 0°+θ' 2 - γ or θ'2 = δ + γ δ = θ'2 - γ sinG'^O 0 52 The Geometrical Optics Workbook Example 3-i Light is incident on the front refracting surface of a prism such that the refracted angle is 25° and the emergent ray leaves normal to the back refracting surface.

Concepts (2-3) Law of Reflection Figure 2-6. Example 2-e. The left diagram in Figure 2-6 shows the incident ray striking the interface at an angle of 20° from the normal. According to the Law of Reflection, the reflected ray (QT{) will leave this interface at 20° from the normal. Looking at the diagram on the right, the normal to the surface may be represented by β+ θΓΐ=90° or ß = 90°-20° = 70° The sum of the internal angles of a triangle are equal to 180° (ß + a + 90° = 180°). Substituting for ß and solving for a: a =180°-90°-70° = 20° Because the normal to the second surface is 90°, the incident angle at the second surface is equal to θ2 = 90°- α = 90°- 20° = 70° Using the Law of Reflection, the final reflected angle (6r2) is equal to 70°.

Law of Reflection Light that is reflected at an interface leaves the surface traveling in the opposite direction (Figure 2-5). For any incident angle, the angle of reflection may be calculated using the Law of Reflection: The angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection. normal incident angle Incident ray intprfapp V reflected angle 0i medium 1 n medium 2 n* reflected ray ^^ Figure 2-5. Incident and reflected rays and angles. The Law of Reflection may be written as an equation: Öi=Ör where: Q{ = the incident angle ΘΓ = the reflected angle (2-3) Laws of Reflection and Refraction 25 Example 2-d A ray is reflected at an interface between water and air at an angle of 25° from the normal.

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