Category: O-Level physics light videos

Glass prisms and dispersion of light (O-level physics)

05/14/2021 0

Glass prisms and dispersion of light  Path of light through the glass prism A ray OM making an angle i1 with the normal at M ... Read More

Lenses (o-level)

05/09/2021 0

LENSES Are spherical surfaces of transparent materials. The materials maybe glass, plastics, water and so on.  TYPES OF LENSES They are two types namely: (1) ... Read More

(With the aid of a ray diagram, explain why a convex mirror is used as a driving mirror.

04/10/2021 0

With the aid of a ray diagram, explain why a convex mirror is used as a driving mirror. has wide field of view forms upright ... Read More

What is absolute refractive index?

04/04/2021 0

What is absolute refractive index? Absolute refractive index of a medium is the constant of ratio of sin i to Sin r of the medium ... Read More

State differences between the spectra produced by a prism and that by diffraction grating.

04/03/2021 0

State differences between the spectra produced by a prism and that by diffraction grating.   Prism Diffraction grating -          Produce single spectrum at a time ... Read More

Explain what is observed on the interference pattern fringes in Young’s double experiment when white light is used?

04/03/2021 0

Explain what is observed on the interference pattern fringes in Young’s double experiment when white light is used? A central white fringe with colored edges ... Read More

O level physics curved mirrors or concave and convex mirrors

02/21/2021 0

CURVED MIRRORS Curved mirrors are made by cutting a part of a sphere.  Types of curved mirrors There are two types of curved mirrors namely: ... Read More

Reflection in plane mirror o-level physics

02/20/2021 1

Incident rays, reflected ray, normal, laws of reflection, types of reflection, Image formation in plane mirror, properties of image formed by plane mirror, location of ... Read More