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The critical angle for a beam of light passing from a diamond into the air is 24.4°. This means that any light rays that strike the surface interface between the diamond and the air with an angle less than 24.4° are (A) completely reflected. (B) partially reflected and partially refracted. (C) completely absorbed. (D) partially absorbed and partially transmitted. (E) completely transmitted. Please provide the answer with explanation

The critical angle for a beam of light
passing from a diamond into the air is
24.4°. This means that any light rays that
strike the surface interface between the
diamond and the air with an angle less than 24.4° are
(A) completely reflected.
(B) partially reflected and partially refracted.
(C) completely absorbed.
(D) partially absorbed and partially
transmitted.
(E) completely transmitted.
 
Please provide the answer with explanation

Grade:12

1 Answers

Saurabh Kumar
askIITians Faculty 2411 Points
6 years ago
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