A Ride to India across Persia and Baluchistán by Harry De Windt

By Harry De Windt

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B) The focal point of a convex mirror is behind the reflecting surface. Light rays reflect away from the midline. 42 Optics when light travels through matter, it engages atoms and other particles that resist its motion. Refraction of light occurs when light passes from one material (or a vacuum) to a different material at some angle greater than zero. The interface between two different materials, or between a vacuum and a substance, is where light bends. The bending is due to the slowing down of one part of the wave front before the rest, and this occurs when light strikes the interface at an angle other than perpendicular (which is 0°, as measured relative to the normal).

One of Einstein’s first scientific papers dealt with the speed of light, which Einstein claimed was constant—in accordance with the findings of the Michelson-Morley experiment, described in the previous chapter. Using this as a basis, Einstein deduced numerous consequences, many of which were striking. Because the speed of light was constant, Einstein showed how time and simultaneity—the relative time of events— depend on the observer’s speed. These ideas formed the theory of relativity and made Einstein famous.

B) The focal point of a convex mirror is behind the reflecting surface. Light rays reflect away from the midline. 42 Optics when light travels through matter, it engages atoms and other particles that resist its motion. Refraction of light occurs when light passes from one material (or a vacuum) to a different material at some angle greater than zero. The interface between two different materials, or between a vacuum and a substance, is where light bends. The bending is due to the slowing down of one part of the wave front before the rest, and this occurs when light strikes the interface at an angle other than perpendicular (which is 0°, as measured relative to the normal).

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