﻿ A beam of light passes from medium 1 to medium 2 to medium 3 as shown in fig. What may be concluded about the three indices of refraction,n1, n2 and n3?                                                                       : Kaysons Education

# A Beam Of Light Passes From Medium 1 To Medium 2 To Medium 3 As Shown In Fig. What May Be Concluded About The Three Indices Of Refraction,n1, n2 and n3?

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n2 > n1 > n3

Using Snell’s law, n2 > n1 because i > rn2 > n3 because e > r, and n1 >n3 because e > i.

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