Straight line bent by refraction through prism

Straight line bent by refraction through prism

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Credit: JEROME WEXLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Refraction. A straight black line across a piece of paper bends as is passes under a triangular glass prism. Refraction occurs because the speed and wavelength of light changes if the light is travelling through glass rather than air.

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Keywords: bend, bending, image distortio, image distortion, light, optics, physics, prism, refraction

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