Can a convex lens behave as diverging lens?
Convex lens can behave as a diverging lens in specific condition.
How does convex lens behave in liquid?
A convex lens will act as converging when it is immersed in a liquid which has a lesser refractive index than the lens and act as diverging when the surrounding medium has a greater refractive index than it.
Can a convex lens be converted to concave lens?
When the convex lens is held in a transparent medium of refractive index greater than the refractive index of lens material, it would behave as a concave lens.
Can a normal convex lens?
Yes, If a lens is kept in a medium whose refractive index is more than that of the material of the lens, the normal convex lens starts behaving like a concave lens and vice-versa.
Is the glass of water a convex or a concave lens explain?
Due to something called the capillary effect, however, a layer of water in a cup shows a surface that is slightly bent inward. It will act as a concave lens that bends the light rays outward. As a result, letters seen through the layer of water in a cup appear smaller than they are.
Why does a convex lens behave?
A convex lens behaves as a concave lens and vice versa when placed in a liquid of refractive index greater then the refractive index of the lens.
How does a converging lens behave?
Rays of light that pass through the lens are brought closer together (they converge). A convex lens is a converging lens. When parallel rays of light pass through a convex lens the refracted rays converge at one point called the principal focus.