## Physical Optics, Conceptual Questions, Physics 11

Conceptual Questions, Physical Optics See here solved conceptual questions of Physical Optics included in the course of First Year Physics. NoQuestionQuestion 1A soap bubble looks…

## Brewster’s law of polarization

Question 4: How you can explain Brewster’s law of polarization? Answer Light is electromagnetic waves that can travel through vacuum. These waves are produced by…

## no-diffraction-of-x-rays-by-youngs-apparatus

Question 8: Why it is not possible to obtain diffraction of X-rays by Young’s double slit experiment? ANSWER Diffraction of waves can be observed only…

## justification-of-light-as-transverse-waves

Question 10: How would you justify that light waves are transverse? ANSWER In transverse waves, the particles of the medium execute motion perpendicular to the…

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Physical Optics PHYSICSClass 11Conceptual QuestionsPhysical Optics Solved Conceptual Questions of Physical Optics This page consists of solved conceptual questions on Physical Optics included in the…

## a-bursting-soap-bubble

Question 1: A soap bubble looks black when it bursts, why? ANSWER A bubble has to burst! This is not strange to any of us.…

## interference-and-diffraction

Question 2: What is the difference between interference and diffraction? ANSWER Major difference between interference and diffraction is that in the case of interference, two…

## second-plate-in-michelsons-interferometer

Question 3: In Michelson Interferometer a second glass plate is also used, why? ANSWER We know that;(1) A straight line is the shortest distance between…

## path-difference-and-interference

Question 5: What is meant by the path difference with reference to the interference of two wave motions? ANSWER Path difference definition The difference in…