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A light ray strikes the perfectly smooth boundary between two different materials. The index of refraction of the material before the boundary is lower than that of the material after the boundary. On the basis of this information, the light ray will be

a. partially transmitted in a direction deviating more from the normal and partially reflected.

b. partially transmitted in a direction deviating less from the normal and partially reflected.

c. partially transmitted exactly in the same direction and partially reflected.

d. totally transmitted exactly in the original direction, without any reflection.

e. totally reflected in the first material, without any forward transmission.

A certain material has an index of refraction of 5/4. That means that in this material, as compared to a vacuum, light

a. travels at the same speed but has (4/5) of the frequency it would have in a vacuum.

b. travels with a speed (5/4) c and the frequency is the same it would be in a vacuum.

c. travels at the same speed but has (5/4) of the frequency it would have in a vacuum.

d. travels with a speed (4/5) c and has (4/5) the frequency it would have in a vacuum.

e. travels with a speed (4/5) c and the frequency is the same it would be in a vacuum.

We know that the index of refraction of materials can help identify those materials. A light beam is shined onto a surface a reflected ray and is found to be completely polarized when the angle of incidence is 56.5°, (a) What is the index of refraction of the reflecting material? (b) What is the angle of refraction if some light passes through the surface of the material?

1. What is the index of refraction of a material for which the
wavelength of light is 0.83 times its value in a vacuum?
2. A diffraction grating has 2400 lines per centimeter. At what
angle in degrees will the third-order maximum be for 636 nm
wavelength light?
3. What is m for the highest-order maximum for 462 nm
light falling on double slits separated by 19.5 μm? Remember,
m can only be an integer.
Plz answer all, don't have...

An earthquake P wave traveling at 7.7km/s strikes a boundary within the Earth between two kinds of material.
If it approaches the boundary at an incident angle of 44? and the angle of refraction is 33?, what is the speed in the second medium?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.

A costume jewelry pendant made of cubic zirconia is submerged in
oil. A light ray strikes one face of the zirconia crystal at an
angle of incidence of 29?
Once inside, what is the ray's angle with respect to the face of
the crystal? Note that the angle we need to find is complementary
to the refraction angle.

When reaching a boundary between two media, an incident ray is
partially reflected and partially refracted. The ray is travelling
from media 1 to media 2. The indexes of refraction for the two
media are n1 and n2, respectively. At what angle of incidence is
the reflected ray perpendicular to the refracted ray? Express your
answer in terms of the variables n1 and n2.

Two glass lenses with index of refraction 1.50 are ground such that
the front of each lens is convex with radius 1.0 m, and the back of
each lens is concave with radius 2.2 m. A 4 cm tall object is
placed 4.5 m from the first lens, and the lenses are 3 m
apart.
a) What is the focal length of each lens?
b) Where will the image from the first lens be?
c) Where will the final image...

Two materials are separated by an interface, describe the
boundary conditions that connect the electric and magnetic fields
generated from one material to the other.
Please be as detailed as possible.

Two monochromatic light sources produced green and orange
lights. The two lights in water strikes a diamond surface at the
same point of incidence and at an angle of 52.0° with the surface
(not the normal). The indices of refraction of diamond for green
and orange lights are 2.45 and 2.42 respectively. (a) Calculate the
angle of dispersion of the two colors in diamond if the lights are
passing from a liquid to diamond (index of refraction of water is...

A ray of light is incident onto the interface between material 1 and material 2.Given the indices of refraction n_1 and n_2 of material 1 and material 2, respectively, rank these scenarios on the basis of the phase shift in the refracted ray.1) Rank from largest to smallest. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.a) n1,water=1.33n2,air=1.00b) n1,water=1.33n2,quartz=1.46c) n1,water=1.33n2,diamond=2.42d) n1,air=1.00n2,quartz=1.46e) n1,benzene=1.50n2,water=1.33f) n1,air=1.00n2,water=1.332) Rank these scenarios on the basis of the phase shift in the reflected ray.a) n1,benzene=1.50n2,water=1.33b) n1,air=1.00n2,quartz=1.46c) n1,water=1.33n2,quartz=1.46d) n1,water=1.33n2,air=1.00e) n1,water=1.33n2,diamond=2.42f)...

Name two differences between an XPS X-Ray source and an XRD
X-Ray source. Explain why they are different.

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