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Physical Optics

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Class 11
Conceptual Questions
Physical Optics

Solved Conceptual Questions of Physical Optics

This page consists of solved conceptual questions on Physical Optics included in the Physics course for all BISE Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KPK.

Q 1 A soap bubble looks black when it bursts, why?
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Q 2 What is the difference between interference and diffraction?
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Q 3 In Michelson interferometer a second glass plate is also used, why?
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Q 4 How you can explain Brewster’s law of polarization?
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Q 5 What is meant by the path difference with reference to the interference of two wave motion?
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Q 6 Why it is not possible to use the interference where the light beams from the head lamps of a car overlap?
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Q 7 A telephone pole casts a clear shadow in the light from a distant head lamp of a car, but no such effect is noticed for the sound from the car horn. Why?
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Q 8 Why it is not possible to obtain the diffraction of X-rays by Young’s double slits experiment?
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Q 9 Can we apply Huygen’s principle to radar waves?
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Q 10 How would you justify that light waves are transverse?
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