Convex Lens in Water

Major objective of this lecture is to present on Convex Lens in Water. Since water has a higher index of refraction than air, a convex lens made of water will converge light just as a glass lens of the same shape. However, the glass lens will have a smaller focal length than the water lens (provided the lenses are of same shape) because glass has an index of refraction greater than that of water. Since there is a bigger difference in refractive index at the air-glass interface than at the air-water interface, the glass lens will bend light more than the water lens.