What contributes to refraction in the eye?

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What contributes to refraction in the eye?

Refraction:

Refraction is the bending of light as it travels through different mediums of differing densities. The altered densities slow down or speed up the speed of light which creates a bent or curved appearance. Refraction in the eye helps keep vision focused and clear.

Answer and Explanation:

Refraction of the eye involves the lens, cornea, and retina as well as the aqueous humor and vitreous. The cornea is the curved surface of the eye...

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