Lens Ray Diagram

Lens Ray Diagram. A ray diagram is a tool used to determine the location, size, orientation, and type of image formed by a lens. By manipulating the object and lens locations, you can create real or virtual images.

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The rays parallel to the principal axis and the ray through the center of the lens are drawn. Snell's Law for Spherical and Parabolic Lenses. Image formation by convex lens ray diagrams Image formation in a convex lens can be explained with the help of three principal rays shown in the figure.

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A ray that goes parallel to the central axis, and then through the near-side focal point (for a concave lens). You can also illustrate the magnification of a lens and the difference between real and virtual images. Students will then be formally taught lens diagram terminology as well as the ray diagram laws of refraction.

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