CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Ray Optics & Optical Instrument (Part – III)

Get important notes of CBSE Class 12th Physics on the chapter Ray Optics and Optical Instruments. Most of the topics are already covered in Part I and Part II. In this last part (or Part IIIrd), we have provided notes on rest of the the topics.

Updated: Aug 2, 2016 15:21 IST

In the Part – I and Part II of Chapter Notes on Ray optics and Optical Instruments, we have covered the major portion of the Chapter. Now in Part IIIrd or last part we will study the following topics:

o    Refraction through Prism

o    Dispersion of White Light

o    Some Natural Phenomenon due to Sunlight
      •    Rainbow
      •    Scattering of Light
      •    Rayleigh’s Scattering Law

o    The Eye and Defects of Vision

o    Simple Microscope

o    Compound Microscope

o    Astronomical Telescope

The notes given below on the above-mentioned topics and sub-topics are also very important for board examination as well as competitive examination.

Refraction through Prism

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Dispersion of White Light

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Some Natural Phenomenon due to Sunlight

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The Eye & Defects of Vision

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Simple Microscope

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Compound Microscope

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Astronomical Telescope

CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Ray Optics & Optical Instruments (Part – I)

CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Ray Optics & Optical Instruments (Part – II)

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