Concave Lens Divergence

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Diverging Lens

A concave lens is thinner in the center and thicker at the edges, which causes it to diverge light rays that pass through it. The diverging effect of the concave lens is due to the refraction of light rays, which bend away from the lens's center. For people with nearsightedness, it helps to spread the light and focus it properly on the retina.