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WHAT IS OPTICAL DENSITY AND HOW IT IS DIFFERENT FROM WAVE DENSITY

WHAT IS OPTICAL DENSITY AND HOW IT IS DIFFERENT FROM WAVE DENSITY

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sanjay
18 Points
7 years ago
 Optical Density:
Optical density is a measure of a materials ability to pass light. Optical density is the ratio of
speed of light in the two media.
Mass Density:
Mass density is mass per unit volume.
The mass density of an optically denser medium may be lesser than that of an optically rarer
medium.
 
kalyan
184 Points
7 years ago
 Optical Density:
Optical density is a measure of a materials ability to pass light. Optical density is the ratio of
speed of light in the two media.
Mass Density:
Mass density is mass per unit volume.
The mass density of an optically denser medium may be lesser than that of an optically rarer
medium.
 

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