Ray Model and Refletion note

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Ray Model and Refletion note
```Ray Model of Light and
Reflection
Light radiates in all directions from a
luminous object. Its direction of travel
can be represented by straight lines called
light rays.
Light rays
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Light is 100% REFLECTED off of a mirror.
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Angles are always measured relative to y
the normal
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When the mirror is flat, the light rays that
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θi θr
reflecting surface
*copy the following diagram and laws......
Don't Copy
Predict where this light ray will reflect.
normal
Demos: Ball, laser, and/or string
Mirror terminology and laws (click below for laws)
point of incidence
First Law of Reflection:
­angle of incidence (θi) = angle of reflection (θr).
Second Law of Reflection:
­the incident ray, reflected ray and normal are all
in the same plane.
You will now do a 20 minute activity to prove
normal
1. Draw this diagram using a ruler!
base
angle of angle of incidence reflection
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2. Create this table
Trial #
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angle of incidence angle of reflection
Hints: • make sure the rays all hit at the point of incidence
• work on the lab benches not on your desk
• use a sharp pencil
point of incidence
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2. Place a mirror on the base line,
shine a light ray along each numbered
incident ray, and mark each reflected
ray with a numbered dot.
normal
3. Draw in the
reflected rays
beginning from the
point of incidence
each time.
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Click just below centre each photo
Diffuse reflection
4. Complete your
table by measuring the
angles relative to the
normal.
Mirror
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Specular reflection
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Be sure to get the
definition of each.
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5. Make a conclusion, clean up, show the teacher, sit down.
Practice..practice..practice.
Do you want to see something really cool?
If yes then when I uncover this box stare at the 4 dots in the middle of the object for 1 minute and then look at something flat and white or light in colour.
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