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Lecture Notes, Physics

Post: February 19th, 2013
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This is the Lecture Notes of General Physics which includes Potential Difference and Capacitance, Charge of Coulomb, Unit of Potential Difference, Work, Charge and Voltage, Positive Charge, Symbol for Capacitance etc. Key important points are: Lenses, Types of Spherical Lens, Convex Lenses, Ray Diagrams, Centre of Curvature, Parallel to Principle Axis, Focal Length, Object Distance, Image Distance, Two Lenses in Contact
This is the Lecture Notes of General Physics which includes Potential Difference and Capacitance, Charge of Coulomb, Unit of Potential Difference, Work, Charge and Voltage, Positive Charge, Symbol for Capacitance etc. Key important points are: Lenses, Types of Spherical Lens, Convex Lenses, Ray Diagrams, Centre of Curvature, Parallel to Principle Axis, Focal Length, Object Distance, Image Distance, Two Lenses in Contact
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Chapter 5: Lenses Please remember to photocopy 4 pages onto one sheet by going A3→A4 and using back to back on the photocopier Two types of spherical lens: convex (which is also called ‘converging’ because it causes rays which are arrive parallel to the principle axis to converge) and concave (caves in as you look at it – also called ‘diverging’). Convex (converging) lenses – ray diagrams You should be able to draw a ray diagram showing how an image is formed by a convex lens when the object is placed (i) outside the focus – resulting in a real image (ii) inside the focus – resulting in a virtual image Three Rules From top of object to lens (parallel to principle axis) and after passing through the lens then passes through the focal point on the other side. From top of object through focal point and after passing through the lens continues on the other side parallel to the principle axis. Centre of Curvature: From top of object to centre of curvature and continues str..

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