# Ch 20: Refraction, Dispersion & Reflection

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## Refraction, Dispersion & Reflection - Chapter Summary

Our professional instructors present subjects related to reflection, refraction and dispersion in this engaging chapter. In these lessons, you'll study refraction and dispersion, frustrated total internal reflection and the thin-lens equation. This chapter is designed to assist you in achieving the following goals:

• Complete a physics lab on ray diagrams and lenses
• Discuss the angle of incidence and curved surfaces as related to concave mirrors
• Identify the uses for a plane mirror
• Outline the uses and equation for concave mirrors
• Answer mirror questions using equations
• Explain the applications of the Doppler Effect
• Describe polarization by reflection and Brewster's law
• Understand numerical and conceptual problems with scattering

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11 Lessons in Chapter 20: Refraction, Dispersion & Reflection
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