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Can you name the Grade 10 Science vocabulary for Light?

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What do we call something that allows light through it, but is difficult to see through?
What do we call something that we can easily see through?
What is the point where the optical axis crosses a lens surface?
Which part of the eye changes shape to focus light on the retina?
What is the name given to the distance from the lens to the focal point?
What is the name given to the place where all light rays meet after passing through a convex lens?
What is the length from the mirror to the centre of curvature called?
What do we call it when light bounces back off a surface?
What is the name of the place on a diagram where the incoming light strikes the mirror?
When people have cataracts, which part of the eye is affected?
If there is a lot of light, are our pupils large or small?
What do we call the distance from the vertex to the focus of a curved mirror?
What do we call the light produced by a living organism?
Which part of the eye serves the same function as the film on a camera?
What is another word for 'flat' mirror?
Which part of the eye captures the image?
Which part of the eye appears to be black?
What do we call an object that does not produce light?
What is the name of the muscles that are attached to the eye which stretch it to adjust focus?
Which lens has a surface that bulges outwards?
Which part of the eye is in the center of the iris, that allows light to enter the retina?
What do we call it when light rays are refracted from cold air through hot air to form a false image?
If there isn’t much light, are our pupils large or small?
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What is the name given to the place where all light rays converge after passing through a convex lens?
What is the word that refers to twice the focal length?
What do we call the type of light created by an object absorbing ultra violet light and releasing it over time?
What is a naturally occurring optical phenomenon in which light rays are bent to produce a displaced image of distant objects?
Which part of the eye has a fixed focus?
What is the name of the light produced when an object absorbs and then emits light?
The part of the eye that changes the focal distance of the eye so that it can focus on objects at various distances
What do we call light that usually occurs at low temperatures?
What is the name of the angle between the reflected ray and the normal, in a ray diagram?
What is a word that means we cannot see through it?
A light produces from a material because of a high temperature.
What word is used to describe something that shines by producing its own light?
Which part of the eye is responsible for controlling the size of the pupils?
What transmits visual images form the retina to the brain?
Which part of the eye controls the amount of light entering the pupil?
What is the name of the angle between the refracted ray and the normal in a ray diagram?
What covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chambers of the eye?
What word means when light bends as it goes through a different material?
What is the name of the angle between the incident ray and the normal ray in a ray diagram?
Which part of the eye gives us our eye colour?
What is the name of a lens with the surface curving inwards?
What is the name of the imaginary line that connects the centre of curvature, focus and optical centre or vertex of a curved mirror?
What kind of image is seen in a plane or convex mirror?

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