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

Find important notes of CBSE Class 12th Physics. In this article, we have covered the important topics Ray Optics & Optical Instrument which is chapter 9 of NCERT textbook of CBSE Class 12th Physics.

Aug 1, 2016 11:00 IST
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Ray optics and optical instruments is very important chapter of CBSE Class 12 Physics. The total weightage of Chapter-9 (Ray Optics and Optical Instruments) and Chapter 10 (Wave Optics) in CBSE Class 12 Physics Board Examination is of 25 Marks.
The chapter Ray optics and optical instruments is very broad and contains many topics & subtopics.
We have divided the notes of this chapter into several parts. This is the Part -I where we have provided short notes on the following topics and sub-topics:

o    Basic Terms Related to Reflection of Light & Spherical Mirrors
      •    Reflection
      •    Concave Mirror
      •    Convex Mirror
      •    Centre of Curvature
      •    Radius of Curvature
      •    Pole
      •    Principal Axis
o    New Cartesian Sign Convention
o    Mirror Equation
o    Refraction of Light & Snell’s Law
o    Lateral Shift
o    Real & Apparent Depth
o    Apparent Position of the Sun

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

Introduction

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Reflection of Light & Spherical Mirrors: Basic Terms

CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Current Electricity

New Cartesian Sign Convention

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Solved Practice Paper 2016 - 2017

Mirror Equation

CBSE Class 12 NCERT Textbooks & NCERT Solutions

Refraction of Light & Snell’s Law

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Lateral Shift

Class 12 Previous Year Papers

Real and Apparent Depth

CBSE Class 12 Video Tutorials

Apparent Position of the Sun

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

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

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