The Angle of Refraction Calculator will calculate the:
|The sine of the refraction angle of light waves when they change medium is degrees.|
|The angle of refraction of light waves when they change medium is degrees.|
|Sine of Refraction Angle calculation|
|sinθ2 = c2/c1 × sinθ1|
sinθ2 = c2/c1 × sinθ1
sinθ2 = / × sin()
sinθ2 = ×
|Angle of refraction calculation|
|θ2 = arcsinc2/c1 × sinθ1|
θ2 = arcsinc2/c1 × sinθ1
θ2 = arcsin/ × sin()
θ2 = arcsin ×
θ2 = arcsin
|Angle Of Refraction Calculator Input Values|
|Speed of light waves in the incident medium (C1) m/s|
|Speed of light waves in the medium of refraction (C2) m/s|
|Angle of incidence (θ1) rad|
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