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CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Wave Optics (Part – II)

Aug 4, 2016 12:00 IST

    In part – I of CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes on Wave Optics, we have studied important concepts like Huygens Principal, Interference etc. Now in Part – II we will study the following topics and subtopics:

    o   Diffraction

    o    Single Slit Diffraction

    o    Diffraction Patterns

    o    Effect of Slit Width and Wavelengths on Diffraction Pattern

    o    Difference between Interference and Diffraction

    o    Resolving Power of Optical Instruments

          •    Resolving Power of Telescope

          •    Resolving Power of Microscope

    o    Polarisation

    o    Methods of Polarisation

    Conceptual questions and numerical based on above-mentioned topics are frequently asked in CBSE board and competitive examination.

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