Optics & Wave Optics For JEE
Physics for JEEPawan Kumar Verma B.tech IIT Rookee Experience: 10 Years

Optics and Wave Optics For JEE


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  1. Geometrical Optics (Reflection)
  2. Geometrical Optics (Refraction)
  3. Wave Optics
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Optics and Wave Optics For JEE

Geometrical Optics (Reflection) Day 1: Plane Surfaces, Reflection at Smooth Surfaces, Image formed by a Plane Mirror, Some Important Points:- In Case of Plane Mirror, Number of Images formed by Combination of two Plane Mirror.Day 2: Spherical Surfaces, Motion of object and Mirrors, Spherical Mirrors, Focus, Image Tracing, Relation between u, v, and R for Spherical Mirror, Relation between the Focal Length and the Radius of curvature, Linear Magnification, Linear Magnification by Spherical Mirrors, Magnification Formula, Other Formulae for Magnification.Day 3: Illustration.Day 4: Illustration.
Geometrical Optics (Refraction) Day 1: Refraction, Refraction at Plane Surfaces, Refraction of Light, Cause of Refraction, Reversibility of Light, Refraction through Parallel Multiple Media, Image due to Refraction at a Plane Surface, Some Important Points.Day 2: Refraction at Convex Spherical Surface, Refraction at Concave Spherical Surface, Refraction of Light through a Thin Lens:- Lens Maker’s Formula, Dependence upon Refractive Index, Object at Infinity, Object at a distance beyond 2f, Object at a distance 2f, Object at a distance between f and 2f, Object at Focus, Object between Optical Centre and Focus, Concave Lens, Linear Magnification by Spherical Lenses, Other Formula for Magnification, Combined Focal Length of two Thin Lenses in Contact, (Ii) One Lens is Convex and the other is Concave, Combined Power of two Lenses placed in Contact, Magnification by Combination of Lenses, Simple Microscope, Magnifying Power, Compound Microscope, Magnifying Power, The final image is formed at the least distance D of distinct vision, When the final image is formed at infinity, Resolving Power of Optical Instruments.Day 3: Critical Angle and Total Internal Reflection, Critical Angle, Total Internal Reflection, Relation between Refractive Index and Critical Angle, Totally Reflecting Prisms, As Simple Reflecting Prism, As a Reversing Prism, As an Erecting Prism, Advantages of Totally Reflecting Prisms, Calculation of the Angle of Deviation: Minimum Deviation, Formula for the Refractive Index of the Prism, Deviation produced by a Thin Prism.Day 4: Illustration.Day 5: Illustration.
Wave Optics Day 1: Principle of Superposition, Interference of Light Waves, Young’ Double Slit Experiment, Conditions for Constructive and Destructive Interference (Maxima and Minima), Constructive Interference, Destructive Interference, Position of Maxima and Minima in Interference Pattern: Fringe-width: Determination of Wavelength of Light, Positions of Bright Fringes, Positions of Dark Fringes, Fringe – Width, Angular Fringe-Width.Day 2: Illustration.

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Mr. Pawan Verma Qualification: B-Tech IIT Roorkee Experience: 15 Years Age: 40 Years