Physics – Wave Theory – MCQS TEST (Maharashtra HSC Board)
Physics – Wave Theory – TEST (MCQ Maharashtra HSC Board)
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#1 A spherical wave front propagating in a homogeneous and isotropic medium gives rise to
#2 Which type of light source produces a cylindrical wave front?
#3 Which of the following is true about ether?
#4 According to the wave theory of light, the velocity of light in a rarer medium is
#5 What happens to light in an isotropic medium?
#6 How does the radius of curvature of a plane wave front change over time?
#7 The nature of light waves is similar to
#8 Which of the following is not explained by Huygens’s wave front construction?
#9 According to Brewster’s Law, the reflected and refracted rays at the polarizing angel are
#10 Which law states that the refractive index of a material is equal to tangent of the polarizing angel?
#11 What is a wave front?
#12 What happens when a wave front strikes a reflecting surface?
#13 Which of the following demonstrates the transverse nature of light?
#14 Why is Huygens’ concept of secondary waves so useful?
#15 What type of wave front is seen on Earth when the light from the star in the Alpha Centauri reaches us?
#16 What is the shape of the wave front originating from a point source of light at a finite distance?
#17 Light is being emitted form a star. If there is a shift in the wavelength of light towards violet, what does it say about the star?
#18 Which of the following determines the polarization of light?
#19 If a wave front is cylindrical, what can you tell about the source of light?