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SINGLE LASER BEAM REFRACTED THROUGH LUCITE BLOCK<br />
Point Source Beam Changes Angle of Incidence<br />
Refraction occurs when a wave changes its path due to the speed at which it travels. The speed of the light beam is determined by the media it travels through. A light beam projected through the air hits a lucite block and is refracted at 30 degrees.

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SINGLE LASER BEAM REFRACTED THROUGH LUCITE BLOCK
Point Source Beam Changes Angle of Incidence
Refraction occurs when a wave changes its path due to the speed at which it travels. The speed of the light beam is determined by the media it travels through. A light beam projected through the air hits a lucite block and is refracted at 30 degrees.

Copyright:© 2012 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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