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Image Formed by Concave and Convex Lens | Physics Grade XI

Image Formed by Concave and Convex Lens

Image formed by Convex lens

1. When object lies at infinity: Parallel rays coming from object at infinity converges and forms a image at principal focus F2. Image formed is highly diminished - point sized, real and inverted.

Image formed by lens when object lies at infinity

2. When object lies beyond 2F: When an object lies beyond 2F, a diminished, real and inverted image forms between principal focus, F2 and center of curvature, C2 at the opposite side.

Image formed by convex lens when object lies beyond 2F3. When object lies at 2F: When an object lies at 2F, a same sized, real and inverted image forms at the center of curvature, C2.

Image formed by lens when object lies at 2F4. When object lies between F and 2F: When object lies between F and 2F, an enlarged, real and inverted image forms beyond Center of curvature C2.

Image formed by lens when object lies between F and 2F5. When object lies at F: When object lies at F, an infinitely large, real and inverted image forms at inifinity. 

Image formed by lens when object lies at F6. When object lies between F and O: When object lies between principal focus(F1) and Optical center(O), a virtual, erect and enlarged image forms at the same side of lens. 

Image formed by lens when object lies between F and OImage formed by Concave lens: Irrespective of the position of the image, concave image forms virtual, erect and diminished image.

Image formed by Concave lens

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