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Understanding Collimation to Determine Optical Lens Focal Length

Collimated light occurs when light rays travel parallel to each other. Monica Rainey, Optical Engineer, explains how to collimate a divergent light source, and how to use collimated light to determine the focal length of a simple optical lens.


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