|Jun29-12, 04:09 PM||#1|
Snell's law reads sinθ = (v2/v1)sinβ
Suppose that v2/v1 > 1, then we can make sinβ as close to 1 as we like, even close enough to make sinθ>1 as Snell's law states.
So what's wrong?
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|Jun29-12, 04:15 PM||#2|
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|Jun29-12, 05:12 PM||#3|
Try to be consistent with your notation.
Snells law is written as
Sinia/Sinib = va/vb
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