During the recombination of the light, what will happen if the second prism is not kept inverted with respect to the first prism when light is passing through it?
Asked by | 27th Jan, 2012, 10:26: PM
In this question you should observe by the fig given below that if the angles of both the prisms are same then the recombination is proper . otherwise the different colours light will recombine but not in a way in which they were dispersed by the first prism . thats why Newton used same angle prisms.
Answered by | 30th Jan, 2012, 10:11: AM
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