Class 10 Physics Light MCQ

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The theory of light which explained the phenomena of light such as interference diffraction and polarisation, is

1. Newton’s theory

2. Huygen’s theory

3. Modified (corrected) Heygen’s theory

4. Planck’s theory

Option 3 – Modified (corrected) Heygen’s theory

According to Newton’s theory, the velocity of light is

1. More in rarer medium

2. More in denser medium

3. Equal in all media

4. None of these

Option 2 – More in denser medium

The Phenomenon of light which attribute transverse nature to light is

1. Interference

2. Refraction

3. Diffraction

4. Polarisation

Option 4 – Polarisation

The theory of light according to which the light is a stream of particles

1. Huygen’s theory of light

2. Max well’s electromagnetic theory

3. Newton’s corpuscular theory

4. Modern quantum theory

Option 3 – Newton’s corpuscular theory

The theory which assumes (proposes) that light travels in the form of waves from a source, is

1. Newton’s corpuscular theory

2. Huygens’ theory

3. Modern quantum theory

4. Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory

Option 2 – Huygens’ theory

The Huygens’ theory of light assumes that

1. Light is a stream of particles

2. Light travels in the form of wave

3. Light has particle and wave nature

4. All of these

Option 2 – Light travels in the form of wave

According to Newton’s theory of light, the reflection and refractions of light are explained on the basis of

1. Repulsion and attraction of the corpuscles by the medium

2. Construction of secondary wavelets

3. Both of these

4. All of these

Option 1 – Repulsion and attraction of the corpuscles by the medium

According to Huygens’ waves theory, the reflection and refractions of light are explained by the

1. Repulsion and attraction of the corpuscles by the medium

2. Construction of secondary wavelets

3. Both of these

4. All of these

Option 2 – Construction of secondary wavelets

The Phenomena of light which were not explained by the Newton’s theory of light, are

1. Polarisation

2. Interference

3. Diffraction

4. All of these

Option 4 – All of these

The Phenomena of light which were explained by both Newton’s theory and Huygens’ theory are

1. Interference

2. Reflection

3. Refraction

4.2 and 3

Option 4 – 2 and 3

According to Huygens, the medium required for the propagation of light, is

1. Water

2. Glass

3. Air

4. Ether

Option 4 – Ether

The scientist who made the first scientific attempt to explain the nature of light was

1. Hygens

2. Newton

3. Maxwell

4. Max Planck

Option 2 – Newton

According to Newton, light consists of

1. Tiny, light and perfectly elastic particles

2. Big, heavy and perfectly elastic particles

3. Line, light and inelastic particles

4. Big, heavy and perfectly inelastic particles

Option 1 – Tiny, light and perfectly elastic particles

The first theory of light which explained the nature of light is

1. Newton’s corpuscular theory of light

2. Huygen’s wave theory of light

3. Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory of light

4. Modern quantum theory

Option 1 – Newton’s corpuscular theory of light

The modern quantum theory attribute the following to light for complete understanding of various phenomena exhibited by light

1. Particle nature

2. Wave nature

3. Both particle and wave nature

4. Either particle nature or wave nature

Option 3 – Both particle and wave nature

The theory according to which light is treated as consisting of quanta of radiation called ‘photons, is

1. Newton’s corpuscular theory of light

2. Huygen’s wave theory of light

3. Modern quantum theory

4. Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory

Option 3 – Modern quantum theory

The quanta of radiation are called

1. Particles

2. Photons

3. Waves

4. None of these

Option 2 – Photons

According to Newton’s corpuscular theory of light, the various colours of light are due to

1. The definite sizes of the corpuscles

2. The difference in the size of corpuscles

3. The difference in the velocity of light for different dispersive media

4. None of these

Option 2 – The difference in the size of corpuscles

According to corpuscular theory of light the rectillinear propagation of light is explained by the

1. Straight line motion of corpuscles

2. Vibratory motion of corpuscles

3. Rotatory motion of corpuscles

4. Difference in the sizes of corpuscles

Option 1 – Straight line motion of corpuscles

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