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A glass plate whose index of refraction is  1.62 is immersed in a liquid. The surface of the glass is inclined at an angle of  28° with the vertical. A horizontal ray in the glass is incident on the interface. When the liquid is a certain alcohol, the incident ray arrives at the interface at the critical angle. The index of refraction of the alcohol is closest to: 
A) 0.761 
B) 0.741 
C) 0.721 
D) 0.701 
E) 0.781 
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A glass plate whose index of refraction is 1.62 is immersed in a liquid. The surface of the glass is inclined at an angle of 35° with the vertical. A horizontal ray in the glass is incident on the interface. When the liquid is a certain alcohol, the incident ray arrives at the interface at the critical angle. The index of refraction of the alcohol is closest to
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A glass plate whose index of refraction is 1.62 is immersed in a liquid. The surface of the glass is inclined at an angle of 35° with the vertical. A horizontal ray in the glass is incident on the interface. When the liquid is a certain alcohol, the incident ray arrives at the interface at the critical angle. The index of refraction of the alcohol is closest to
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