Total Internal Reflection Experiment

What is total internal reflection? Total internal reflection is commonly used in designing the diamonds and fibre optics. The common examples of total internal reflection are mirage and rainbow. Total internal reflection is defined as a phenomenon in which a light wave hits the boundary of a medium and makes an angle which is greater than the critical angle. What is a critical angle? The critical angle is the specific angle in which the light rays travel from a denser medium to rare medium at an angle which is a…

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