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Which Causes More Bending (Or More Refraction) of Light Rays Passing Through It : a Convex Lens of Long Focal Length Or a Convex Lens of Short Focal Length? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Which causes more bending (or more refraction) of light rays passing through it : a convex lens of long focal length or a convex lens of short focal length?

Solution

The bending of light by a convex lens depends on the power of the lens. The more the power, the more the light bends. A convex lens having a short focal length will have more power and hence, a higher refraction.

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