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PHYSICS 220/230 Lab 8: Lenses and Mirrors: You have studied lenses and mirrors and the equations, sign conventions, and ray tracing techniques that allow you to find images in geometrical optics. 1 0 obj %���� Two prisms can bend light toward the principal axis acting like a crude converging lens but Mirrors and lenses. §��P�9ROb���3`��XN'��K¢,�u/��֔uJ�FJ^����X�K��KUu�YU&�MxZ/l-����,l�ʭ���[QwG=n_�3�/W������6YT=L���,1�A�5&%S����+�i�k(RCa�Sa��;��`}3���oy�C��v�M��=�xk2致Z��-l^5�j��p�m�!j�����D4?�]pV�K8j��n�(��� �Xd�%�B��>��S�ot�~E=�������H��;QX8Z�'��T��8{5�{}?�:�JB�θwN�2"���:vn@ܥm�:/I�W2��-��Q��J^R_�J*n�4M�ù. <> LENSES AND MIRRORS SIMULATION Introduction The purpose of this activity is to study image formation by mirrors and lenses: the physical principles and the laws which describe them. endobj 2 h) Introduction Mirrors reflect light while lenses transmit light. endobj endobj �^�[����%6K������j�nz��f?ަ�W,lӝ�W�=��&�bd�W�@ѭ���)%Z��C��lo���ayC�p������ӷ����d؝~^�;tW����G����k��Q*�������jBD The core differences between the mirror and lens would be due to its construction and working. of Wyoming) Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to introduce students to some of the properties of thin lenses and mirrors. %���� Optics: Lenses and Mirrors (7/16/15) (completion time: approx. 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Clearly identify your final answer(s) rounded off to the proper number of significant digits in the chart at the bottom of the page. stream Image formation for mirrors and lenses Type Focal length f Object distance s Image distance s’ Character Orientation Size Concave mirror/ Converging lens f > 0 s > 2f f < s’ < 2f real inverted reduced f < s < 2f s’ > 2f real inverted enlarged s/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/StructParents 0>> <> 3 0 obj endobj �C����i�Q�߶�ā�9����M���b�̆W�HO������2�m�^���A�+�4/z�hO̰/D9��uB�IY���U]\$/e[(6sk� ���������V��|�4ĝ�e����Mͭ�����'z����� U�����vN;��!t`���Np��φ��s��� �����K,���l1�{����d��am�U���������bf�)�����v��#���� �f��E/��{���g�׋��,�:�?Ϣ9m�:Ö?Ό ��N^vB��P�����"[h����ef�S��3�tf�"b���Y���奴��be���lw��4�e'd�%}�0M-F�����"ݴBB̒i/����8Z�GC�|��J,d�ל�KO�N#c.ZE� 2 0 obj endobj It is known that there is a formula called Lens formula (v 1 u 1 f 1 = + ) which stated the relationship between object distance u, image distance v and the focal length of a spherical lens. endobj Physics 30: Chapter 5 - Lenses & Mirrors Exam Name: _____ Date: _____ Mark: ____/25 Written Response. They are “lens formula method” and “lens replacement method”. Goals At the end of the presentation the student will be able to correctly differentiate between absorption, reflection and refraction. Mirrors and. [�'��ׯ~p���v�|�V�৏���W����_~b�.0��i�4�#^����B�e�X����va >��E�֧ �/X��)��>.�2����p�N4~�>��'��K&�'�K�h�q�X&�+�~�DG��G׃��A*�t�b��fO���h_I6޷���*�^�D�a���X�p�`&נ��%S�~�P���k���oI���Pw'Ax��G؝�pl��-��2�iuȚ����(�+@�4E�W��-Xm #]�e_��B��{\�c��"2�?ru2m ��8�:XsddQ 'sƲ8�5�d�X��T��"���GZc���U�Ӗ���w������EꠕEo��.�5:(r�w��Pn����=�5��A����0ߑ���H��ö=߰�@�����&�e�D�������+>1���1*� ϶�S��H;,#�d��xz*�+��- ���5���#��GBF���l)���A+��&����T�.������~:�o��f\$EX9k2� 8'|��Y%�x��75=65! Mirrors and Lenses. Images in flat mirrors are the same size as the object and are located behind the mirror. Both can form images, however. Show all your work. Security mirrors in shops, on the other hand, form images that are smaller than the object. %PDF-1.5 of Wyoming) Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to introduce students to some of the properties of thin lenses and mirrors. Basic equations for Mirrors and Lenses 1 p + 1 q = 1 f M= h' h =− q p p : object distance M : magnification q : image distance h’: image height (size) A spherical surface is simply some portion of the surface of a sphere.