The Ray Optics Kit is a basic set of optic components for ray and color experiments.
How It Works
To use any of the components, place them on a flat tabletop in the path of rays from your ray box (not included). Place a white sheet of paper on the table to facilitate ray tracing and make the rays more visible.
To study a lens made of air and surrounded by water, use the storage box as a water tank. Remove the foam insert but leave the white plastic sheet under the box to serve as a reflective surface. Put the hollow lens in the box with a small weight on top to keep it from floating. Fill the box with water just below the top of the hallow lens. Use an eye dropper or pipette to empty and fill sections of the lens.
- 1x Double-Convex Lens
- 1x Double-Concave Lens
- 1x Rhomboid
- 1x Eye-Dropper
- 1x Triangular mirror accessory with concave, convex, and plane reflective surfaces
- 1x Hollow lens to fill with a liquid or use as an air lens.
- 1x Hollow lens to fill with a liquid or use as an air lens
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Perform the following experiments and more with the Ray Optics Kit.
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Experimentally confirm the Law of Reflection for a flat, concave, and convex mirror.
Observe dispersion through an acrylic rhomboid and calculate the different indices or refraction for different colors of light.
Experimentally confirm the Law of Reflection for flat, concave, and convex mirrors.
You will observe dispersion through an acrylic rhomboid and calculate the different indices of refraction for different color light.
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