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All About Wave Optics……..

Dear friends,

With the number of posts in the blog growing, I revisited the posts and decided to classify & club the posts pertaining to a unit in a single post. This will facilitate learning & make it enjoyable.The earlier posts in the series clubbed the information about the unit on Electrostatics & Electromagnetic Waves.

Here is All About Wave Optics for you…..

*The Videos

Wave Optics-1   (Nature of light, Introduction to Wave Optics, Wave front, Huygen’s principle, Construction of secondary wave-front)

Wave Optics-2   (Laws of reflection & Laws of refraction using Huygen’s principle)

Wave Optics-3    (Interference of light, Expression of fringe width)

Wave Optics-4    (Diffraction of light)

Wave Optics-5    (Polarisation of Light)

**The Notes

Wave Optics-I (Huygen theory and the derivation of laws of reflection & refraction)

Wave Optics-II (Interference of light)

Wave Optics-III (Diffraction of light)

Wave Optics-IV    (Polarisation of Light) 

***The Assignment

WAVE OPTICS (Assignment)

Happy Learning!

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Videos- Polarisation of Light (Wave Optics-5)

The video titled ‘Wave Optics-5’ (Polarisation of Light) describes how the the phenomenon differentiates between Transverse and Longitudinal waves & establishes that light is Transverse in nature.
The topic is very important for the examination.
The video may be viewed by using the link below:

The video is a part of a series aiming at explanation of Wave Optics for CBSE Class 12 students.
All topics in the syllabus in this sub-unit will be covered in subsequent videos.
For more videos on Physics for Class 12 (CBSE) you may visit:

http://www.physicsbeckons.wordpress.com

Videos- Diffraction of Light (Wave Optics-4)

The video titled ‘Wave Optics-4’ (Diffraction of Light) describes how the Wave theory given by Huygen can be used to explain the formation of diffraction fringes.
The topic is very important for the examination.
The video may be viewed by using the link below:

The video is a part of a series aiming at explaination of Wave Optics.
The remaining topics will be covered in subsequent videos.
For more videos & notes on Physics for Class 12 (CBSE) you may visit:

http://www.physicsbeckons.wordpress.com

Happy Learning!

Wave Optics-3 (Videos: Interference of Light

The video titled ‘Wave Optics-3 (Interference fringes & fringe width) describes how the Wave theory given by Huygen can be used to explain the formation of fringes.
The topics are very important for the examination.
The video may be viewed by using the link below:

 

The video is a part of a series aiming at explanation of Wave Optics for CBSE Class 12 students.
All topics in the syllabus in this sub-unit will be covered in subsequent videos.
For more videos on Physics for Class 12 (CBSE) you may visit

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ish+gogia

For notes ….See Unit: Wave Optics in this blog.

Videos: Wave Optics-2 (Laws of Reflection & Refraction using Huygen’s Theory)

The video titled ‘Wave Optics-2: Laws of Reflection & Refraction’ describes how the Wave theory given by Huygen can be used to verify the laws.
The topics are very important for the examination.
The video may be viewed by using the link below:

The video is a part of a series aiming at explanation of Wave Optics for CBSE Class 12 students.
All topics in the syllabus in this sub-unit will be covered in subsequent videos.
For more videos on Physics for Class 12 (CBSE) you may visit

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ish+gogia

For notes ….See Unit: Wave Optics in this blog.

Videos: Wave Optics-1 (Huygen’s Theory)

The video titled ‘Introduction to Wave Optics’ describes Wave fronts of different shapes & Huygen’s Construction.
The video may be viewed by using the link below:

The video is first in a series aiming at explanation of Wave Optics for CBSE Class 12 students.
All topics in the syllabus in this sub-unit will be covered in subsequent videos.
For more videos on Physics for Class 12 (CBSE) you may visit
youtube/ishgogia