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Different _______ of light through two separate mediums causes the bending of wave fronts associated with light rays.
Different velocities of light through two separate mediums causes the bending of wave fronts associated with light rays.
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Different velocities of light through two separate mediums causes the bending of wave fronts associated with light rays.
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