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Book 3C Unit 14


Unit 14 Light, Colours and Beyond

 

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Experiment 14.1 Studying the reflection of light
Experiment 14.2 Finding the location of the image formed by a plane mirror
Experiment 14.3 Observing a light ray passing through a glass block
Experiment 14.4 Observing refraction of light for different media
Experiment 14.5 Observing light that travels from a liquid to air
Experiment 14.6 What are the conditions needed for total internal reflection to occur?
Experiment 14.7 Using prisms to reflect light
Experiment 14.8 'Guiding' light using a stream of water
Experiment 14.9 What happens to parallel light rays passing through a lens?
Experiment 14.10 Observing the images formed by a convex lens
Experiment 14.11 Finding out the construction rules of a convex lens
Experiment 14.12 How do the sizes of images formed by a convex lens vary?
Experiment 14.13 Observing the images formed by a concave lens
Experiment 14.14 Finding the construction rules of a concave lens
Experiment 14.15 Studying white light
Experiment 14.16 Mixing red, green and blue lights
Experiment 14.17 How do different coloured paints appear in different coloured lights?
Experiment 14.18 Detecting invisible 'lights' beyond the two ends of the visible spectrum



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