What Are the Practical Applications of Refraction?

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Refraction is bending of a light wave when it passes from one medium to another at the surface separating the two media. It happens because of the speed of light being different in different media of different densities. Practical applications of refraction include eye glass lenses, binoculars, magnifying glasses, refracting telescopes and other optics.
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