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Types of mirrors

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Types of mirrors

  1. 1. By : Ameerhamza S B 3rd year MBBS Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences Shiomga
  2. 2. A mirror is an object ,smooth and well polished surface which reflects most of the light falling on it.
  3. 3. •Types of Mirrors oPlane oSpherical Convex Concave
  4. 4. Its erect or upright. It is virtual. It is laterally inverted. It lies along a line joining object and surface which is perpendicular to the surface. Size equals object. Its located as far behind the reflecting surface as the object in front of it.
  5. 5. CURVED MIRRORS CONVEX MIRROR CONCAVE MIRROR
  6. 6.  Concave or convex mirrors form part of a sphere  POLE  CENTRE OF CURVATURE (C)  RADIUS OF CURVATURE (r)  AXIS  PRINCIPAL AXIS  1/u+1/v = 1/f = 2/r v – dist. of image frm mirror u – dist. of object r – radius of curvature  M= -v/u M - magnification
  7. 7. Convex- smaller image Concave- magnified image
  8. 8. REFERENCE  Comprehensive opthalmology by A.K.Khurana(6th edition)  Parsons’ Diseases of the Eye by Ramanjit Sihota and Radhika Tandon(22nd edition)
  9. 9. THANK YOU!!!!

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