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Physics Lab Report
Refraction of Light - Air into Glass
When light travels through different mediums, it is being refracted. The purpose of this lab is to test Snell's law of refraction.
The angles of refraction that I predicted from the angle of incidences by using Snell's Law are below on the predicted angle Column. To obtain these values I used the index of refraction of crown glass because it is more likely close to the glass (plexiglass) that we are using.
Angle of Incidence
Predicted angle of refraction
Variables and Controls:
Independent Variable: The angle of the light coming from the ray box or the angle of incidence
Dependent Variable: The angle of refraction on the plexiglass.
Controls: The mediums where light travels (air and plexiglass).
- ray box
- white paper, protractor and pencil
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