Polarization MCQ

Polarization MCQ

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Polarization MCQ - Question 1

When ordinary light is passed through rotating crystal, there is no variation in the intensity of the emergent light, this implies that

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 1

The correct answer is: Ordinary light is symmetrical about its direction of propagation

Polarization MCQ - Question 2

Find the thickness of a quater-wave plate when the wavelength of light is equal to 5890 and μo = 1.55 μe = 1.54. The thickness of a quater-wave plate for which μo > μe (such as calcite) is given by

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 2

Putting the given values, we get

= 1.47 x10-3 cm
The correct answer is: 1.47 x10-3 cm

Polarization MCQ - Question 3

For calcite, nO =  1.65836, ne = 1.48641 at  18°C and for λ = 5893 . The thickness of the quarter wave plate is :

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 3

The correct answer is: 0.857 μm

Polarization MCQ - Question 4

Calculate the velocities of extraordinary rays in calcite crystal in a plane perpendicular to the optic axis. Given μO = 1.658, μ= 1.486 and c = 3 x 1010 cm/s.

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 4

The velocity of the O-wave in the crystal is

= 1.81 x 108  m/s
The velocity of the E-wave in the crystal normal to be optic axis is

= 2.02 x 10m/s
The correct answer is: = 2.02 x 10m/s

Polarization MCQ - Question 5

If the plane wave is split & recombined on a screen after the two portions, which are polarized in the x & y directions, have travelled an optical path difference of 2π/k the observed average intensity will be proportional to :

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 5

Polarization MCQ - Question 6

Consider a plane wave that propagates through empty space  are positive constants. What can you say about the polarization of this wave :

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 6

The correct answer is: E is always parallel to the constant vector

Polarization MCQ - Question 7

When scattered blue light is seen through a rotating nicol prism, a variation of intensity with zero minimum intensity is seen. What does this imply?

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 7

The correct answer is: The scattered light is plane polarized

Polarization MCQ - Question 8

Let dw be the work done in a quasistatic reversible thermodynamic process.
Which of the following statements about dw is correct?

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 8

The first law of thermodynamics can be given dQ = dU + dW
here dQ and dW both are path function and dU is state function.
For making dW a perfect differential, we take dQ = 0 So dU + dW = 0 dW = –dU and dQ = 0 occur in adiabatic process, so, dW0 is a perfect differential if the process is adiabatic.

Polarization MCQ - Question 9

A calcite plate 0.0031 mm thick is cut and polished such that its optic axis is parallel to the surface. A plane polarized white light from a polariser is incident normally on the plate. Estimate the phase difference if the emergent beam for wavelengths is 7068  , and μO = 1.6521 μe = 1.4811.

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 9

For a negative uniaxial crystal like calcite ,μO > μe. Therefore, the path difference  between O and E-rays for calcite plate of thickness t is, Δ = ( μO- μ) t and corresponding phase difference,

Here t= 0.00031 cm
For λ = 70684,

As the phase difference between O and E-rays is add multiple of π/2 therefore plane polarized beam is converted into elliptically polarized light in general and circularly polarized light, if the vibration in the incident plane polarised light makes an angle of 45° with the optic axis of plate.

Polarization MCQ - Question 10

The velocity of light in water is 2.2 X 108 m/s. What is the polarizing angle of incidence?

Detailed Solution for Polarization MCQ - Question 10

Refractive index of water = Speed of light in space/Speed of light in water

= 3/2.2

= 1.3636

Using Brewster’s Law, Angle of incidence = tan-1μ

= tan-11.3636

= 53.74.

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