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why in the formation of rainbow undergoes total internal reflaction instead of refraction.

why in the formation of rainbow undergoes total internal reflaction instead of refraction.
 

Grade:12

3 Answers

Kalyani Jayachandran Menon
217 Points
6 years ago
In this case, the two surfaces of the raindrop act as mirrors rather than lenses. Hence, we observe reflection instead of refraction.
ashok singh
40 Points
6 years ago
but these are trasnparent then how they can?
Kalyani Jayachandran Menon
217 Points
6 years ago
Remember light’s dual nature? But I’m afraid I can’t be of any more assistance... :/ Maybe you should check with the experts...

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