Which of the following is NOT a source of white light?
Which of the following belong to the electromagnetic spectrum?
Which of the following best describes the reason we have the color white?
Which of the following kinds of waves is most commonly used to cook food?
Which of the following is a use of infrared?
Which of the following kinds of waves is most commonly used to treat cancer?
The distance light (any form of electromagnetic radiation) travels through a vacuum in one year is known as (a):
An AU is an:
How many miles does one light year represent (round to the nearest whole number)? Hint: 1 mile = 1.61 km.
In the health sciences, doctors must be aware of scattering in imaging technology, such as _____.
Scattering occurs when energy waves are forced to depart from a _____ path due to imperfections in the medium.
Scattering is responsible for the _____ color of the clear, daytime sky.
Which of the following is NOT a factor that transmittance depends on?
Which of the following describes 'reflected light'?
Which of the following describes 'transmitted light'?
The direction of a reflected ray striking a curved surface depends upon
The normal is an imaginary line that is
When looking into the inner surface of a silver spoon, you would see the image of your chin projected
What is the definition of the law of reflection?
What is the definition of a mirror?
What makes a mirror different from the surface of a wall in terms of creating an image?
A photon is also known as a:
The number of cycles of a wave that pass a specific point in 1 second is called the:
The distance between two successive peaks of a wave is known as the:
The separation of white light through a prism happens because each frequency (color) is _ at a different angle.
What is the angle of refraction for light entering water from air when the light strikes the water at 20° to the normal? The index of refraction of air is 1 and 1.33 for water.
In Snell's Law, the ratio of the indices is related to the inverse ratio of the _ of the angles.
Which of the following is NOT a source of visible light?
Which of the following is NOT a pure spectral color?
As the frequencies of the pure spectral colors increase, the wavelengths of the colors:
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