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First of all - this is for personal curiousity, not any college assingment- I a wondering if fiber optics took light into a lght-proof box, with the inside enclosed with solar cells- would the intensity of the light inside increase? the inside of the box would completely be covered with solar cells and no light could escape the box- My reason for asking is a question of if light was fed into these boxes by fiber optics and the intensity of the light did increase- then more energy should be produced -making them more efficient than solar cells in the "open" where the light not "absorbed" escapes Thank You Greatly for any Help! Extreme Thanks Vegan Peace to you Jon Janssen
Re: if light entered a light-proof box of mirrors- would the light intensify?
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