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    Mirror Mounts - (23 companies)
    Mirror mounts are used to hold and support mirrors of all sizes and shapes. Mirror mounting can be a very sophisticated device in optic research, due to the need to be able to tip and tilt the mirror by controlled amounts, while still holding...
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    Microscopes - (719 companies)
    Microscopes are instruments that produce magnified images of small objects
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    Spherical Mirrors - (84 companies)
    Spherical Mirrors Information. Spherical mirrors are curved so that reflected beams converge on a focal point. Important parameters to consider when searching for spherical mirrors include diameter, radius of curvature, thickness, and focal length...
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    Parabolic Mirrors - (35 companies)
    Parabolic Mirrors Information. Parabolic mirrors offer excellent correction of spherical aberration. Parabolic mirrors can either be on-axis or off-axis. On-axis parabolic mirrors produces collimated reflected light. Off-axis parabolic mirrors focus...
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    Galvanometer Optical Scanners - (41 companies)
    Galvanometer optical scanners are motorized mirror mounts and system used in scanning applications. Galvanometer optical scanners are motorized mirror mounts and systems used in optical scanning applications. An optical scanner reads text...
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    Optical Mirrors - (372 companies)
    Optical Mirrors Information. Optical mirrors have a smooth, highly-polished, plane or curved surface for reflecting light. Usually, the reflecting surface is a thin coating of silver, or aluminum on glass. Product specifications for optical mirrors...
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    Laser Mirrors - (77 companies)
    Image Credit: Edmund Optics | CVI Laser Optics. Laser mirrors are designed for high reflectance and durability at individual laser wavelength ranges. Laser mirrors are used on the surface of solid-state lasers including alexandrite, Nd-glass, ruby...
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    Spherical Lenses - (213 companies)
    ...or divergent, lenses spread (or diverge) light, effectively performing in an opposite manner when compared to positive lenses. Meniscus lenses, which effectively combine convex and concave lenses, can be positive or negative, depending on which side...
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    Watch Glasses - (21 companies)
    How to Select Watch Glasses. Image Credit: ISOLAB. Watch glasses are circular, slightly-concave pieces of glass that are used by chemists to evaporate liquids and cover beakers during sample preparation. They are also used to hold solids during...
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    Hot Mirrors and Cold Mirrors - (43 companies)
    Hot mirrors and cold mirrors are Dichroic filters that have a sharp transition between rejecting and transmitting at the near-infrared-visible area of the spectrum. Hot mirrors and cold mirrors are multilayer dielectric mirrors that are used...
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  • Elementary laser optics? Yes!
    … diagram and write about discoveries in their individual Science Journals, or on special worksheets which I share … I purchased a classroom set of mirrors , an OSA classroom Optics Kit (Optics Kit 2) which has three concave and convex lenses, polarized filters, optical fibers, and sets of color filters: blue, red, green, cyan, magenta and yellow.
  • Game-display board activities for science teaching
    … comparison of related processes like pho- tosynthesis, respiration and burning (2) Building the periodic table (3) Summary of lattice structure: Nomenclature, structural diagram, example, symmetry, etc. (4) Image formation in a convex lens or a con- cave mirror (5) Properties of 3 … 1) A worksheet containing the same pictures can be given to the pupils first.
  • The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments
    … their static and dynamic, time-varying types (e.g., one can play out different successive states in such a diagram model of a set of conceptual relationships, as in moving an object progres- sively toward a concave mirror and depicting when the … These issues could potentially be resolved by the use of a DIVER worksheet that takes as inputs …
  • Assessing the impact of a tutorial intervention when teaching the ray model of light in introductory physics
    The tutorials have been developed iteratively by optimizing the worksheet and the homework tasks in order to … Students tend to think that the main role of a concave lens (or convex mirror ) is to invert an image rather than to form the image as such [1].
  • Reviews
    … CD-ROM’s ‘Document’ folder, and can be edited to match your own requirements to produce printed worksheets . 87January 2005 straight, curved and concave /convex lenses; diffraction around barriers; sin- gle-slit diffraction; diffraction by an object; two-slit and two-source interfer- ence; and Lloyd’s Mirror interference.
  • Amazing physics: learning about work, energy and projectile motion in a historical context
    … topics another assessment tool, such as a conceptual test in addition to a worksheet , should be constructed. [8] Colicchia G, Waltner C, Hopf M and Wiesner H 2009 The scallop’s eye—a concave mirror in the context of biology Phys.
  • Enhancement of Pre-Service Teachers’ Teaching Interventions with the Aid of Historical Examples
    … only a few of them are specific suggestions for materials to be incorporated into student worksheets provided. modulation of the light beam was done by a vibrating mirror : a thin mirror would alternate between concave and convex forms, thus focusing or dispersing the light from the light source.
  • Lessons learned from student outreach: introducing optics to fifth graders
    Design and conduct simple investigations to determine how the shape of a lens or mirror ( concave , convex, flat) affects the direction in which light rays travel. On the left, students making their spectroscopes and on the right, completing their worksheets of findings of …
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  • Students’ perceptions of a blended web-based learning environment
    Downloading lesson worksheets was mandatory. OPTICS Plane mirrors , Reflection in a curved mirror, Ray diagrams ( concave mirrors), Ray diagrams (convex mirrors), Mirror formula, Practice ray diagrams (mirrors), Mirrors chapter summary, Refraction, Convex Lens, Concave Lens, Practice ray diagrams (lens), Lens formula, Optics revision .