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comment Index of Refraction
I actually got it now. Thank you very much for the time sir! God Bless! :D
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comment Index of Refraction
If I try using a different formula for finding the index of refraction for the curved surface : n = sin(refracted angle)/ sin(incident angle). (just the inverse of the formula I used for the flat surface trial) I get indices of refraction almost similar to the indices of refraction I calculated from the flat surface trial. Why is that so?
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comment Index of Refraction
The set-up somehow look like this. google.com.ph/…
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comment Index of Refraction
The angles were measured with the use of an optical disk. And the flat surface of the semicircular coincides with the component axis of the disk. And we make sure that the ray strikes the center of the glass for both trials (and surfaces). So, did I get the right angles? And are the indices of refraction really different for each surface? And If ever they aren't, why are they different?
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