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Grant, E., 1981, Much Ado About Nothing: Theories of Space and Vacuum from the Middle Ages to the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Scientists have known for quite some time now that certain materials in which the atoms are arrayed in a precise periodic lattice structure gives rise to photonic band gaps: blocking certain frequencies of light while letting other frequencies through. Reflection off a Concave Mirror This lesson shows an animation of light striking a concave mirror (converging) and explains the rules that concave mirrors follow.

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