Variation Of Depth With Oblique emergence Of Rays Separated By A Finite Angle For Virtual Image
Unlike in previous published paper, two different rays separated by a finite angle,emitting from a point source in a denser medium enter a rarer medium following the laws of incidence and refraction.Two refracted rays thus obtained, when produced backwards meet at a point which is a virtual image as observed obliquely from the rarer medium. The longitudinal and lateral shifts of the image with respect to the object are determined.
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