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How can the refraction make the legs of a person standing in water appear shortened or cause apparent raising of coin in a glass vessel. This animated school science topic explains light properties through ray diagrams. Very useful for students, as it shows the application of refraction in day to day life.

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To understand common phenomenon of our legs appearing shorter in water, letters appear raised under a glass slab, we have to understand how refraction of light causes them. The animation completely covers refraction between medium and also gives the formula of real versus apparent depth

coin in tub filled with water appear raised
ray diagram of the coin experiment
Coin in tub filled with water appears raised, this is due to refraction
Ray diagram of the coin experiment, tub is empty
Ray diagram of coin experiment when tub is filled
Legs appear shortened in water
Ray diagram of coin experiment when tub is filled
Common examples of refraction: the legs of a person standing in water appear shortened
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This animations answers the following questions about : Apparent Depth

Why does a coin dipped in water appear raised ?

How can you explain real and apparent depth with the help of this phenomena?

What is the mathematical expression of this phenomena?

Common examples of real depth and apparent depth :
a. Letters appear raised under a glass slab
b. Legs of a person standing in a pool of water appears shortened
c. Bottom of a beaker appears raised

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