i know snell's law is n1sin(theta)1 = n2sin(theta)2, and that sin(thetac) = (nair/n2)
Apr 12, 2016 #1 tffnyyy 2 0 i know snell's law is n_{1}sin(theta)_{1} = n_{2}sin(theta)_{2}, and that sin(theta_{c}) = (n_{air}/n_{2})
i know snell's law is n_{1}sin(theta)_{1} = n_{2}sin(theta)_{2}, and that sin(theta_{c}) = (n_{air}/n_{2})
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