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Keynote; ch. 2; light

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Chapter 2; Properties of Light

Chapter 2; Properties of Light

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    • 1. The Eye & Ear Ch. 2 The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    • 2. The Eye & Ear Ch. 2 The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    • 3. Ch. 2 The Eye & Ear The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    • 4. Ch. 2 The Eye & Ear The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    • 5. Life is Based on Physics Visible Light is A Small Part
    • 6. Seeing Requires Reflection
    • 7. To see a whole object...
    • 8. Refraction
    • 9. Transmission
    • 10. Absorbtion
    • 11. Angle of Reflection equals Angle of Incidence...
    • 12. To see something our eye has to receive a Reflection of Light Waves from it.
    • 13. Light Travels in Straight Lines if What it Travels Through Doesn’t Change
    • 14. Remember Refraction...
    • 15. Remember Refraction...
    • 16. Lenses Lenses focus or spread out light waves Lenses are found in living creatures and non- living objects.
    • 17. Rod & Cone Cells Rod cells detect the amount of light. Cone cells detect what color the light is.

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