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Chapter 16 Light Energy
light ray
law of reflection
concave mirror
convex mirror
A straight-line beam of light as it travels outward for its s…
The angle between an incoming light ray and a surface equals…
A mirror that curves in on the shiny side.
A mirror that is thicker at the middle than at the edges. Ima…
light ray
A straight-line beam of light as it travels outward for its s…
law of reflection
The angle between an incoming light ray and a surface equals…
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Chapter 16 Sound and Light
the wave's amplitude.
ultrasonic
sonar
at the same frequency
The intensity of a sound wave depend's on ____.
Sound waves with frequencies over 20,000 Hz are referred to a…
Reflected sound waves make it possible for ____ devices to me…
Resonance amplifies the sound of a guitar when the guitar str…
the wave's amplitude.
The intensity of a sound wave depend's on ____.
ultrasonic
Sound waves with frequencies over 20,000 Hz are referred to a…
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Light to the Nations Chapter 16
Renaissance
Humanism
autocracy
autocrat
a word meaning 'rebirth' and the name later generations gave…
The philosophy of the Renaissance, which tended to see man, n…
Rule by one having absolute or unrestricted power
Ruler of the autocracy
Renaissance
a word meaning 'rebirth' and the name later generations gave…
Humanism
The philosophy of the Renaissance, which tended to see man, n…
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Chapter 16 Light and Optics
Optics
Law of Reflection
Convex
Concave
the study of visible light and the ways in which visible ligh…
the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence
a mirror that is curved outward
a mirror that is curved inward toward the center
Optics
the study of visible light and the ways in which visible ligh…
Law of Reflection
the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence
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Science Chapter 16 Light
What happens when light strikes an obj…
What does opaque mean?
T/F Most objects are opaque.
What does transparent mean?
The light can be reflected, absorbed, or transmitted.
a material that reflects or absorbs all light that strikes it…
True
material that transmits light... ex: clear glass, water
What happens when light strikes an obj…
The light can be reflected, absorbed, or transmitted.
What does opaque mean?
a material that reflects or absorbs all light that strikes it…
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Chapter 16 Sound and Light: Light
gamma rays
x-rays
ultraviolet
visible light
highest energy; can cause cancer but also used to treat cancer
Light that can penetrate skin but not bones, used to find fra…
light that can cause skin cancer
light that humans can see and can be seperated into colors
gamma rays
highest energy; can cause cancer but also used to treat cancer
x-rays
Light that can penetrate skin but not bones, used to find fra…
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Chapter 16 Light
Light
Ray Model
Luminous
Illuminated
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 400 to 700nm.
Light moves in a straight line path through a medium
A body that emits light waves
A body that reflects light waves produced by an outside source
Light
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 400 to 700nm.
Ray Model
Light moves in a straight line path through a medium
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chapter 16 LIGHT
reflection
refraction
black
flourescence
the process by which waves or light return or bounce off a su…
the process by which waves change direction while traveling i…
the condition created by the absorption of all visible wavele…
occurs when energy supplied by electromagnetic radiation... caus…
reflection
the process by which waves or light return or bounce off a su…
refraction
the process by which waves change direction while traveling i…
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Chapter 16: Light
candela
complementary color
dye
illuminance
(335): Unit of luminous intensity
(339): Two colors that, when added, produce white light. Two…
molecules absorbs certain light wavelengths and transmits or…
(E) Amount of illumination of a surface, measured in lumens p…
candela
(335): Unit of luminous intensity
complementary color
(339): Two colors that, when added, produce white light. Two…
Chapter 16 Light
light is a
the edge of the wave as it travels has…
each point source has a wavelet which…
every point in any wavefront can be re…
transverse wave
wavefront
wavelet
Huygen's Principle
light is a
transverse wave
the edge of the wave as it travels has…
wavefront
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Chapter 16: Light
Illuminance
Complementary Color
Luminous Intensity
Luminous Flux
The illumination of a surface
A given color forms white light when it combines with that co…
A point source is the luminous flux that falls on 1 m^2 of a…
A measure of the total rate at which light is emitted from a…
Illuminance
The illumination of a surface
Complementary Color
A given color forms white light when it combines with that co…
Chapter 16 Light
Illuminance
Complementary Color
Luminous Intensity
Luminous Flux
The illumination of a surface is the ___.
The ___ of a given color forms white light when it combines w…
The ___ of a point source is the luminous flux that falls on…
A measure of the total rate at which light emitted from a sou…
Illuminance
The illumination of a surface is the ___.
Complementary Color
The ___ of a given color forms white light when it combines w…
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Chapter 16: Light
Light
Ray Model
Speed of Light (c)
Sources of Light
electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 400 nm (viole…
diagram representing the straight-line path of light
3.00 x 10^8 m/s
luminous bodies will emit light waves; ex: the sun and a ligh…
Light
electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 400 nm (viole…
Ray Model
diagram representing the straight-line path of light
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Chapter 16: Light
light
Light doesn't need..?
shortest wavelength
longest wavelength
the range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimul…
a medium
Violet
Red
light
the range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimul…
Light doesn't need..?
a medium
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Chapter 16 - Light
A. electromagnetic
B. 0.4 micrometer
D. 700 nanometers
B. that light travels in a straight line
Light is a(n) _______ wave.... a. electromagnetic... b. mechanical…
Violet light has a wavelength of about... a. 0.2 micrometers... b.…
The wavelength of red light is ... a. 0.2 micrometers... b. 0.4 mic…
Putting your hand into the path of lightt from a flashlight i…
A. electromagnetic
Light is a(n) _______ wave.... a. electromagnetic... b. mechanical…
B. 0.4 micrometer
Violet light has a wavelength of about... a. 0.2 micrometers... b.…
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Chapter 16 - Light
Ray Model of Light
Luminous Source
Illuminated Source
Opaque
a model that represents light as a ray that travels in a stra…
an object, such as the Sun or an incandescent lamp, that emit…
an object, such as the Moon, that becomes visible as a result…
a medium that absorbs light and reflects some light rather th…
Ray Model of Light
a model that represents light as a ray that travels in a stra…
Luminous Source
an object, such as the Sun or an incandescent lamp, that emit…
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Chapter 16: Color and Polarized Light
light
light travels at what speed
wavefront
wavelet
travels in a straight line, through a uniform substance like…
3.00 x 10^8 m/s
the edge of the wave as it travels (infinite number of point…
each point source has a wavelet which is a circular secondary…
light
travels in a straight line, through a uniform substance like…
light travels at what speed
3.00 x 10^8 m/s
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Chapter 16 - Light
What are the primary colors?
What are the secondary colors?
R + B + G = (all light)
M + Y + C = (all light)
RBG (Red, Blue, Green)
CMY (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
White light
Black
What are the primary colors?
RBG (Red, Blue, Green)
What are the secondary colors?
CMY (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
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Chapter 16 Light
formula for illuminance
Illuminance (definition,symbol,unit)
Luminous Flux (definition,symbol,unit)
Luminous Intensity (definition,symbol,…
E=P/4πr^2
luminous flux that falls on 1m^2 of a sphere with a 1-m radiu…
measure of total rate at which light is emitted from source... P…
illumination of a surface... C... candela
formula for illuminance
E=P/4πr^2
Illuminance (definition,symbol,unit)
luminous flux that falls on 1m^2 of a sphere with a 1-m radiu…
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PS Chapter 16 Sound and Light
Intensity
Virtual
Mirage
120 dB
The rate at which light energy flows through a given area of…
The type of image that results from the apparent path of ligh…
The type of virtual image that is caused by the refraction of…
The human threshold of pain.
Intensity
The rate at which light energy flows through a given area of…
Virtual
The type of image that results from the apparent path of ligh…
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Sound and Light Vocabulary Chapter 16
Sound wave
Pitch
Infrasound
Ultrasound
is a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that…
is a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, d…
is slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz.
is any sound wave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz.
Sound wave
is a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that…
Pitch
is a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, d…
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Chapter 16 Sound and Light Waves
sound wave
pitch
infrasound
ultrasound
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
any sound waves with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz
sound wave
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
pitch
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
CHAPTER 16 FLASH CARDS: SOUND & LIGHT (16 TERMS) - MGH @ SWD
SOUND WAVE
PITCH
INFRA SOUND
ULTRASOUND
a series of compressions and rarefactions (vibrations) create…
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be.
any sound wave with slow vibrations of frequencies lower than…
any sound wave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz.
SOUND WAVE
a series of compressions and rarefactions (vibrations) create…
PITCH
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be.
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Chapter 16 - Light
Will brighter light eject more electro…
Will high frequency light eject a grea…
Does the brightness of a light primari…
A beam of red light and a beam of blue…
Yes. Bright light contains more photons. So with more photons…
No, high frequency gives you higher energy electrons not more…
Brightness depends on the number of photons.
The red beam contains more photons. Red photons have lower en…
Will brighter light eject more electro…
Yes. Bright light contains more photons. So with more photons…
Will high frequency light eject a grea…
No, high frequency gives you higher energy electrons not more…
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Physics Chapter 16- Light
luminous
translucent
spectrum
secondary colors of light
full of or shedding light; anything that emits light
allows light to pass through, but no clear image (silhouette)
a band of colors produced by separation of the components of…
-cyan... -magenta... -yellow
luminous
full of or shedding light; anything that emits light
translucent
allows light to pass through, but no clear image (silhouette)
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Physics Chapter 16 Light
Light
Ray Model
Ray Optics
Galileo
The range of electromagnetic waves that stimulate the retina…
The straight-line path of light
The use of ray diagrams to study the travel of light
Who first suggested that light has a finite speed, although h…
Light
The range of electromagnetic waves that stimulate the retina…
Ray Model
The straight-line path of light
Physics Chapter 16 Light
Ray model of light
luminous source
illuminated source
opaque
a model that represents light as a ray that travels in a stra…
an object, such as the Sun or an incandescent lamp, that emit…
an object, such as the Moon, that becomes visible as a result…
a medium that absorbs light and reflects some light rather th…
Ray model of light
a model that represents light as a ray that travels in a stra…
luminous source
an object, such as the Sun or an incandescent lamp, that emit…
Physics Chapter 16 - Light
luminous intensity
luminous flux
transparent
translucent
the _____ of a point source is the luminous flux that falls o…
a measure of the total rate at which light is emitted from a…
a material that transmits light clearly
a material that transmits light, but objects can't be seen cl…
luminous intensity
the _____ of a point source is the luminous flux that falls o…
luminous flux
a measure of the total rate at which light is emitted from a…
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Physics Chapter 16 (Light)
ray model
luminous
illuminated
luminous flux
light moves in a straight-line path through a medium
body that emits light waves
body that simply reflects light waves produced by an outside…
rate at which visible light is emitted from a source (P)
ray model
light moves in a straight-line path through a medium
luminous
body that emits light waves
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Physics - Chapter 16 - Light
Ray Model
Luminous Source
Illuminated Source
Opaque
light travels in straight lines (except gravity)
Something that emits light
Something that reflects light that is visible
blocks light (wall)
Ray Model
light travels in straight lines (except gravity)
Luminous Source
Something that emits light
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Chapter 16 Sound and Light
sound wave
pitch
infrasound
ultrasound
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
any sound wave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz
sound wave
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
pitch
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
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Chapter 16 - Light and Color -
Library of San Marco... by Jacopo Sansovi…
Madonna with saints... by Giovanni Bellin…
The Virgin and the Child... by Giovanni…
The Tempest... by Giorgione... c. 1508... oil…
Library of San Marco... by Jacopo Sansovi…
Madonna with saints... by Giovanni Bellin…
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Chapter 16 light waves
What are light waves made out of?
Radiation
What is the speed of light in a vacuum?
Electromagnetic spectrum
Electromagnetic and transverse waves
The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves
3 x10^8
Types of waves arranged in order by their wavelength, frequen…
What are light waves made out of?
Electromagnetic and transverse waves
Radiation
The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves
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Chapter 16- Fundamentals of Light
Light
Luminous Source
Illuminated Source
Opaque
Electromagnetic wave that is visible with the naked eye.
An object that emits light.
An object that becomes visible as a result of light reflectin…
Illuminated source that does not allow light to pass through…
Light
Electromagnetic wave that is visible with the naked eye.
Luminous Source
An object that emits light.
Chapter 16 (light)
genes on the lac operon in E. coli are…
What is constitutive expression?
catabolic enzymes are ____, anabolic e…
negative control
the genes are only expressed as needed
genes are expressed all the time
inducible... repressible
gene transcribed unless shut off by regulator molecule
genes on the lac operon in E. coli are…
the genes are only expressed as needed
What is constitutive expression?
genes are expressed all the time
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Physics - Chapter 16 (Light)
light
ray model
ray optics
luminous
range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimulates…
model that uses lines to represent rays
using ray diagrams to study the travel of light
emits light waves
light
range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimulates…
ray model
model that uses lines to represent rays
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Chapter 16- Sound and Light
Sound wave
pitch
infrasound
ultrasound
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
A measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
Slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
Any sound wave with frequencies lower than 20,000Hz
Sound wave
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
pitch
A measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
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Chapter 16 Light and Color Study Guide
Light
Electromagnetic Wave
Ray
Ray Optics
The range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimul…
Waves that do not require a medium to move.
A straight line that represents the path of a very narrow bea…
Using ray diagrams to study the travel of light; useful to de…
Light
The range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves that stimul…
Electromagnetic Wave
Waves that do not require a medium to move.
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Northern Lights Chapter 16
Axis Powers
Allied Powers
civilian
home front
the nations that fought against the Allies during WW2, includ…
the nations that fought against the Axis powers during WW2, i…
a person who is not on active military duty during a war
the area of civilian activity during the war
Axis Powers
the nations that fought against the Allies during WW2, includ…
Allied Powers
the nations that fought against the Axis powers during WW2, i…
16 terms
Chapter 16: Sound and Light
sound wave
pitch
infrasound
ultrasound
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
any sound wave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz
sound wave
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
pitch
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
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Chapter 16 Light and Color
incandescence
fluorescence
intensity
spherical pattern
occurs when visible light is produced by an object's high tem…
occurs when energy supplied by electromagnetic radiation caus…
a measure of the brightness of light that is related to the t…
the distribution of light rays emitted from a source of light…
incandescence
occurs when visible light is produced by an object's high tem…
fluorescence
occurs when energy supplied by electromagnetic radiation caus…
29 terms
chapter 16 (light and optics)
additive process
black
blue
CMYK color process
the process through which new colors are formed by the additi…
the condition created by the absorption of all visible wavele…
one of the primary colors of the additive color process; one…
the process through which colors are created by the removal o…
additive process
the process through which new colors are formed by the additi…
black
the condition created by the absorption of all visible wavele…
29 terms
Chapter 16 Light and Color
additive process
black
blue
CMYK color process
(RGB) the process through which new colors are formed by the…
the condition created by the absorption of all visible wavele…
one of the primary colors of the additive color process; one…
the process through which colors are created by the removal o…
additive process
(RGB) the process through which new colors are formed by the…
black
the condition created by the absorption of all visible wavele…
16 terms
Chapter 16 - Sound and Light
sound wave
pitch
infrasound
ultrasound
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
any sound wave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz
sound wave
a longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
pitch
a measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be, depe…
Chapter 16 Sound and light
Sound Wave
Medium
The speed of sound in a medium depend…
Sound waves travel faster through...
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
The speed of sound depends on the......
how well the particles can transmit the motions of sound waves
liquids and solids than through gases
Sound Wave
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
Medium
The speed of sound depends on the......
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Chapter 16 Light and Sound
photon
intensity
radar
light ray
a unit or quantum of light; a particle of electromagnetic rad…
in physical science, the rate at which energy flows through a…
radio detection and ranging, a system that uses reflected rad…
a line in space that matches the direction of the flow of rad…
photon
a unit or quantum of light; a particle of electromagnetic rad…
intensity
in physical science, the rate at which energy flows through a…
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Chapter 16 SOUND AND LIGHT
diffraction
Dispersion
Infrasound
intensity
a change in the direction of a wave when the wave finds an ob…
the process of separating a wave (such as white light) of dif…
slow vibrations lower than 20 Hz
the rate at which energy flows through a given area of space
diffraction
a change in the direction of a wave when the wave finds an ob…
Dispersion
the process of separating a wave (such as white light) of dif…
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Chapter 16: Sound and Light
What are the characteristics of sound…
sound wave
Sound waves travel faster through ____…
What is loudness determined by?
Sound waves are caused by vibrations and carry energy through…
a longitudinal wave
- liquids, solids... - gases
intensity
What are the characteristics of sound…
Sound waves are caused by vibrations and carry energy through…
sound wave
a longitudinal wave
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Chapter 16: Light Pathway
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Light passes through cornea and into anterior chamber of eye
Light passes through pupil
Light passes through lens, which can change shape to focus th…
Light passes through the posterior cavity through the posteri…
Step 1
Light passes through cornea and into anterior chamber of eye
Step 2
Light passes through pupil
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Chapter 16: Sound and Light
Sound wave
Pitch
Infrasound
Ultrasound
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
A measure of how high or low is sound is perceived to be, dep…
Slow vibrations of frequencies lower than 20 Hz
Any soundwave with frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz
Sound wave
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that tra…
Pitch
A measure of how high or low is sound is perceived to be, dep…
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