Unome wrote:How similar is this year's LSS to the 2012 version? (is this still applicable?)
sciencekid7 wrote:Some questions about Optics B.
1. If the barrier is kept right up to the laser, obviously we cannot have a laser shoot since we need room between the laser and the barrier to position any mirrors as needed. What is the minimum distance between the side of the box with the laser and the barrier mirror?
2. Similarly, if the barrier is kept right up to the ruler, we cannot reach the target if it is near the barrier. What is the minimum distance between the barrier and the ruler?
3. Can the barrier mirror be parallel to the center line? Can the barrier mirror face the ruler instead of the laser?
4. Are the competitors allowed to lift or move the barrier in order to position templates or measuring devices and then place the barrier back in the same location and orientation?
deji725 wrote:I noticed that there was a kit for Optics. I'm kind of contemplating on whether I should buy it or not.Suggestions?
Im guessing you mean like for example "optical absorption spectra of a series of nanocrystal gold molecules"
AP Physics textbook works fine or a College Physics book.
This link gives you information on Optical Absorption
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q ... ETxEZhI4Dw
This link is for clay minerals
http://www.clays.org/journal/archive/vo ... 1-1-59.pdf
I sugest reading them, they are very informative.
Inventer03 wrote:I noticed that there is allowed to have premade templates when you go to competition. What does this mean, is there different things if could be used for?
Unome wrote:Inventer03 wrote:I noticed that there is allowed to have premade templates when you go to competition. What does this mean, is there different things if could be used for?
I suspect some teams place these on the LSS ad use them to align mirrors.
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