Lens Ray Diagram

Lens Ray Diagram. The image formed by a single lens can be located and sized with three principal rays. 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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With this formal knowledge, students will recreate both the convex and concave lens setups followed up by a separate lens setup to represent the anatomy/physiology of the human eye. The size of the image is much smaller than that of the object. Ray diagrams are constructed by taking the path of two distinct rays from a single point on the object.

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The size of the image is much smaller than that of the object.

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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). It forms where light rays coming from the dog converge. In this lesson, we will see a similar method for constructing ray diagrams for double concave lenses.

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