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Physics Jeopardy Review Game
Transcript of Physics Jeopardy Review Game
Refraction and Total Internal Reflection
The Human Eye
A medical condition, in which the lens becomes increasingly opaque and causes blurred vision.
The Human eye 800
The changing shape of the eye lens by eye muscles to allow a sharply focused image appear on the retina.
The human eye 500
A modified form of a diverging lens shape.
What is the angle of refraction?
The human eye 400
The eye acts like a converging lens; The brain flips the inverted image it receives from the eye so you can see it upright.
The inability of the eye to focus light near objects; far- sightedness vs. the inability of the eye to focus light from distant objects ; Near- sightedness.
The human eye 600
The energy that makes life on earth possible.
what is SALT
The bending or changing in the direction of light when it travels from one medium to another.
The ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed of light in a medium; n=c/v
What is a positive meniscus
Refraction and Total Internal Reflection 300
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Refraction and Total Internal Reflection 200
The continuous sequence of colours that make up white light.
Glow in the dark toys are an example of this type of light.
The human eye 200
A modified form of a converging lens shape.
What is the index of refraction?
Any physical substance which light can be transferred.
What is the angle of incidence?
The first person to separate white light into the visible light spectrum.
What is a diverging mirror?
The production of light as a result of high temperature.
The immediate emission of visible light as a result of the absorption of ultra violet light.
The classification of electromagnetic waves by energy
What is a virtual image?
What is a negative meniscus?
What is a concave (converging) mirror?
what is the difference between a converging (bi convex) and a diverging lens?
What is the Magnification equation?
What is refraction?
The human eye 100
The human eye 300
This is place right on the cornea of the eye and can be used for cosmetic purposes or to replace glasses.
What is the speed of light?
What is partial reflection?
What is total internal reflection?
The human eye 700
A condition of increased pressure within the eyeball causing a gradual loss of sight.
What is the critical angle?
What are the 2 rules/ conditions of total internal reflection?
You must answer in the form of a question
You must buzz in before answering
If you cannot answer the question your opponent can answer and receive the points.(you do not loose any points if the question is not answered.)
Mirrors,lenses and refraction 100
Size, Attitude, Location and type
What is sunlight?
Mirrors, lenses and refraction 200
The angle between the incident ray and the normal.
What is a medium?
Mirrors, lenses and refraction 300
An image formed by light coming from an apparent light source.
What is the electromagnetic spectrum?
Mirrors, lenses and refraction 400
A mirror shaped like part of the surface of a sphere in which the inner surface is reflective.
What is the visible light spectrum?
Mirrors, lenses and refraction 500
A _____ mirror will never produce a real image.
Who is Isaac Newton (1642-1727)?
Mirrors, lenses and refraction 600
A lens that is thickest in the middle and causes parallel incident rays to meet at a point after refraction vs. a lens that is thinnest in the middle and causes incident parallel rays to spread apart after refraction.
What is incandescence?
Mirrors, Lenses and Refraction 700
M= hi/ho = -di/do
What is phosphorescent light?
Mirrors, Lenses and refraction 800
1/do + 1/di = 1/f
What is fluorescent light?
The angle between the refracted ray and the normal.
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The _______ of light depends on the medium that it is traveling through.
Refraction and Total internal Reflection 500
Light can undergo _______ _______ and refraction at the same time at a surface.
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The situation when the angle of incidence is greater than the critical angle.
Refraction and Total Internal Reflection 700
The angle of incidence that results in an angle of refraction of 90 degrees .
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1. Light is traveling more slowly in the first medium than in the second.
2. The angle of incidence is large enough that no refraction occurs in the second medium. Instead, the ray is reflected back into the first medium.
What is the difference between hyperopia and myopia?
What is a contact lens?
What is accommodation?
What is the cornea-lens combination in the eyes?
What is glaucoma?
What are cataracts?
Thanks for playing:)
What is the Thin Lens equation?
By : Jamie Mercer