Solution - How, Using a Simple Polaroid, that Light Waves Are Transverse in Nature. - Polarisation



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Show, using a simple polaroid, that light waves are transverse in nature. Intensity of light coming out of a polaroid does not change irrespective of the orientation of the pass axis of the polaroid. Explain why.


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Solution for question: How, Using a Simple Polaroid, that Light Waves Are Transverse in Nature. concept: Polarisation. For the courses 12th CBSE (Arts), 12th CBSE (Commerce), 12th CBSE (Science)