FOP Set for Optics Study application

SET FOR OPTICS STUDY APPLICATION - FOP

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The Set for the Study of Optics application, "FOP", has the objective of the study and understanding of simpler phenomena on which other much more complicated ones are based. In this case, focusing on: reflection, refraction, transmission, absorption and measurement of light intensity (irradiance).

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General Description

Rainbows, mirages, the color of what we see, laser light, X-rays, etc. are all typical situations with which we live and whose explanation is based on optical theories. Sometimes they seem complicated, but they are all based on the combination of simple phenomena.

Nowadays, communications are carried out thanks to light. We convert electrical signals into light signals, which are associated with less loss in their path. The aging of magnetic materials has had an important influence on the loss of information. In addition to greater storage, photosensitive elements show less frequent deterioration.

Phenomena such as total reflection have gone from being mere proven theoretical facts to being the driving force behind today's well-known "optical communications". Magnetic read heads have given way today to laser reading, and information storage has replaced the use of ferromagnetic devices with that of photosensitive elements.

The Set for the Study of Optics application, "FOP", has the objective of the study and understanding of simpler phenomena on which other much more complicated ones are based. In this case, focusing on: reflection, refraction, transmission, absorption and measurement of light intensity (irradiance).

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Programming and applications of a robot arm.
  2. Calibration of the optics sensors.
  3. Reflection principles.
  4. Determination of the index of the refraction (n).
  5. Refraction principles.
  6. Determination of the reflection index for the methacrylate.
  7. Study of the dispersion.
  8. Calculation of the focal distance of a spherical mirror.
  9. Determination of the focal length in a magnifier (I).
  10. Determination of the focal length in a magnifier (II).
  11. Determination of the focal length for two lens.
  12. Determination of the aberration of a len.
  13. Interference.

IMPORTANT: The teacher can use his own elements, so these practical possibilities are NEARLY UNLIMITED.

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