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Environmental optics is an emerging branch of optics that focuses on the study of light interactions with natural and artificial materials in the environment, and its applications in environmental monitoring, protection, and remediation. As a result of the continuous increase in environmental problems, the importance of environmental optics has become increasingly apparent. This paper will explore the application of environmental optics in physics experiment teaching in order to improve students' understanding of environmental issues and develop their practical abilities.
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