The focal lengths of a converging lens are fᵥ and fᵣ for violet and red lights

The Focal Lengths Of A Converging Lens Are F And Physics Question

The focal lengths of a converging lens are fᵥ and fᵣ for violet and red lights, respectively. Which of the following is correct?


(a) fᵥ < fᵣ
(b) fᵥ = fᵣ
(c) fᵥ > fᵣ
(d) It depends on the average refractive index

Correct Answer:

fᵥ < fᵣ


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