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  1. #1 Refraction: Definition and explaination with examples 
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    Refraction is the phenomenon that explains the change in direction of light waves (it also deals with sound , water ,and other waves)due to changes in speed; as it travels from a optically less dense medium to more dense medium or vice versa. Refraction is the reason of why we could see magnificent rainbows. And use useful instruments like the lenses, magnifying glass, prisms, and even our own eyes which works on the basis of refraction.

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