Where do we use refraction?
Refraction is the bending of light (it also happens with sound, water and other waves) as it passes from one transparent substance into another.
This bending by refraction makes it possible for us to have lenses, magnifying glasses, prisms and rainbows.
Even our eyes depend upon this bending of light..
What are some applications of refraction?
A lens uses refraction to form an image of an object for many different purposes, such as magnification. A prism uses refraction to form a spectrum of colors from an incident beam of light. Refraction also plays an important role in the formation of a mirage and other optical illusions.
What are some examples of light refraction?
“The process of bending of light as it passes from air into glass and vice versa is called refraction of light.”Mirage,bent pencil in glass of water,rainbow,sunset are some examples of refraction of light.
Which of the following is an example of refraction?
What is an example of refraction ? A prism ,or like bending the sun’s rays as they enter raindrops, forming a rainbow.