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Physics 8.03 Fall 2004 Problem Set 9 Due Friday, November 19, 2004 at 4 PM

Reading Assignment

Bekeﬁ & Barrett pages 453-467, 472-488.

Problem 9.1 − Nature is in a hurry - Fermat’s Principle Light travels from A to B (A and B are in the plane of the paper in the same medium). An opaque screen prevents travelling along the straight line AB . The journey now takes place via a mirror perpendicular to the plane of the paper (see ﬁgure).

(a) Construct B � , the mirror image of B and draw the line AB � . The intersection of this line with the mirror is C . The light beam that travels from A to B via the mirror follows route ACB . (b) Show that the angle of incidence is the angle of reﬂection. We now introduce a coordinate system with the center at 0 (see ﬁgure). Let the coordinates of A be x = 0, y = d, of B x = l, y = d (we take yA = yB = d, to simplify your math) and let the coordinates of a point C � on the mirror be x = x� and y = 0. (c) Calculate the distance s = AC � + C � B in terms of x� , d and l and calculate for what value of x� the distance AC � + C � B is a minimum. Fermat’s Principle dictates that your solution under (c) is the route that nature will choose. (d) Show that the position of C � (result under (c)) is the same as that of C (result under (a)).

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Problem 9. (b) Is this the smallest or largest permissible angle for total reﬂection? Problem 9. What is the wavelength λ� of the light inside the water? If you swim under water and look up at the refracted light coming from the surface. Waves and Radiation. energy is conserved. Electromagnetic Vibrations. September 15. Waves and Radiation. Cambridge. what color do you see? Justify your answer in a few words. MA: The MIT Press. (a) Find the value of the angle α such that the wave will be totally reﬂected at the surface AC . what is the maximum value of “a” for which all the light entering at A will Problem 9.5. A glass rod of rectangular cross section is bent into the shape shown below. A plane light wave is incident normally on the face AB of a glass prism as shown in the ﬁgure.2 − Fiber optics Do problem 7. The index of refraction of the glass n = 1.50. and Barrett. (b) Using the Fresnel equations at normal incidence. show that the sum of the power in the reﬂected light and the power in the refracted light is the same as the power in the incident light.4 − Light under water (a) Red light (λ ≈ 650 nm) is incident on the surface of the water in a swimming pool. Cambridge. The index of refraction of glass is 1. respectively.5 from Bekefi.4 from Bekefi. September 15. ISBN: 0262520478. Electromagnetic Vibrations. and Barrett.3 − Total reﬂection Do problem 7. Thus. 1977. 2 . The inner and outer contours of the curved portion of the rod have ﬁxed radii R and R + a.33. MA: The MIT Press. ISBN: 0262520478. Assume the refractive index of water is 1. 1977. For a given R emerge at B ? λ.

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