Write an Explanation. Centre of curvature of the lens - Science and Technology 1

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Write an Explanation.

Centre of curvature of the lens

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The centres of spheres whose parts form surfaces of the lenses are called centres of curvatures of the lenses.

Concept: Lens
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Chapter 7: Lenses - Write an Explanation

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