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 How Does Light Travel Through a Glass Prism?

Answer To learn how light travels through a glass prism, you first need to know the function of the glass prism. When light travels through air, it travels very quickly. A glass prism is much denser than ... Read More »
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What Happens When a Black Light Is Put Through a Prism?

All light that is not absorbed by a prism, even black light, is separated out into a continuum of different wavelengths or colours. The speed of light through a medium is a function of its waveleng... Read More »
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What happens to a white light when it passes through a prism and why?

Visible light, like the light of the sun, or light from a light bulb or a torch, is called “white light,” even though it isn’t actually white. A prism is a triangular solid piece of glass, wh... Read More »
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Why does light travel slower in some media than in a vacuum For example, in glass or other transparent media, visible light is not absorbed and yet it slows down. What's going on — FH, Waltham, MA?

When a light wave enters matter, the light wave's electric field causes charged particles in the matter to accelerate back and forth. That's because an electric field exerts forces on charged parti... Read More »
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When you look through the outer side of your eyeglasses, sometimes out of the corner of your eye, you can see a light star like all the light came together and lit up. Why do we see this Where does it come from Is it reflected light?

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