Physics Module 6 605 Lens and Mirror Lab XXXXXXXXXXPoints Purpose: To study the formation of an image formed by light passing through a convex lens and light reflecting off of a concave mirror....

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Physics
Module 6
605 Lens and Mirror Lab XXXXXXXXXXPoints
Purpose: To study the formation of an image formed by light passing through a convex lens and light reflecting off of a concave mirror.
Materials:
Virtual simulation in lesson 6.05, page 1, Part C
View prelab video: http://safeshare.tv/v/LKNWEl6hQ7E
Procedure:
1. Make a copy of this file into your Google drive
2. Collect data from the supplied graphics by clicking the links for each trial
A. Convex Lens
B. Concave Mirror
3. Complete your table 1 and table 2. Compare the results, answer the analysis questions and conclusion.
4. Download your file, to your computer, save it into your Physics folder and submit for grading
Data collection: (1 point ea.)
Table 1: Convex Lens with ten cm focal distance (f = 10cm)
Trial #
do
di
Image Characteristics

(cm)
(cm)
Size of image
compared to object
Smaller
Larger or
Same Size
Image
Orientation
Upright or
Inverted
Image Type
Real or
Virtual
Trial 1
30.0




Trial 2
20.0




Trial 3
15.0




Trial 4
6.5




Trial 5
5.0




Data collection cont’d: (1 point ea.)
Table 2: Concave Mirror with f = 10cm.
Trial #
do
di
Image Characteristics

(cm)
(cm)
Size of image
compared to object
Smaller
Larger or
Same Size
Image
Orientation
Upright or
Inverted
Image Type
Real or
Virtual
Trial 1
30.0




Trial 2
20.0




Trial 3
15.0




Trial 4
6.5




Trial 5
5.0




Analysis/Conclusion Questions:
1. Describe using physics vocabulary, where a magnifying glass should be placed in order to produce magnification, a larger image. Use trials from the lab to support your description. At least 5 sentences.(5 points)
2. Summarize the common relationship between convex lens and concave mirror in relation to their image characteristics. At least 3 sentences. (5 points)
o = do (distance object); i = di (distance image); f = f (focal length); M =magnification
Magnification
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M = 1
The image is the same size as the object.
M < 1
The image is smaller than the object.
M > 1
The image is larger than the object.
M = +
The image is upright.
M = –
The image is inverted.
Convex Lens Trial 1
back to table 1
Concave Mirror Trial 1
back to table 2
Convex Lens Trial 2
back to table 1
Concave Mirror Trial 2
back to table 2
Convex Lens Trial 3
back to table 1
Concave Mirror Trial 3
back to table 2
Convex Lens Trial 4
back to table 1
Concave Mirror Trial 4
back to table 2
Convex Lens Trial 5
back to table 1
Concave Mirror Trial 5
back to table 2
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