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ICSE - X - Physics - Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces

Give reason why  The emergent ray of light is parallel to the incident ray of light in glass sslab

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Give reason 
An equilateral prism produces a greater angle of deviation than a porro prism

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Define principal section and mark it here

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When angle of emergence is equal to angle of incidence
How can we prove that incident ray is equal to emergent ray

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ICSE - X - Physics - Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces

A ray of light is refracted through a 60 degree prism of ordinary glass making an incident of 35 degree with the normal i.e incident ray =35°.What will the angle of emergent ray and the angle of deviation measure?

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ICSE - X - Physics - Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces

How can I understand what are the angles of incidence of different prisms, in other words how to draw prisms of given angles of incidence or of refraction?????

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Stars do rally twinkle ? I know that stars dostnt twinkle but refraction causes twinkling then why do sun appear twinkle????

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Kindly clear the idea on Question No. 2(e) of Sample Paper-I, Gold Series, ICSE Class-X Physics.

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ICSE - X - Physics - Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces

Why coloured rays deviate differently in a prism?

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Compare the refraction of light through glass prism and glass slab.

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ICSE - X - Physics - Refraction of Light at Plane Surfaces

A light ray enters from air to a liquid medium at an angle of 60o. If the corresponding angle of refraction is 45o, find the refractive index of the liquid with respect to air.

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In which conditions will the light ray moving from liquid to glass passes straight without bending ? Will the glass be visible then ?

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On what factors does the angle of deviation depends ?

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What do you mean by angle of minimum deviation?

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