In this lab, students use an optics ray table to measure the incident and refraction angles of a light ray traveling from air into a material with unknown index of refraction, and then, using the principles of refraction and Snell's law, they determine the material’s index of refraction.PreviewDownload
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An all-in-one bright point source, illuminated crossed-arrow object, primary-color source, and ray box with up to five parallel rays.
A rotating disk with a polar grid that provides an excellent surface for measuring incident, reflected, and or refracted light rays.
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