HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Chapter 21 Speed of Light

HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Chapter 21 Speed of Light provides a thorough and contemporary approach to understand questions related to light and the time taken to reach a certain point.

What is the Speed of Light?

The speed of light is universally taken as a constant which is 300,000 km/s. It is referred to the maximum speed of the light and is denoted by ‘c’.

In order to help students understand the concept clearly, we are offering conceptual problems along with solved examples in every chapter of HC Verma Solutions Class 11. We will be seeing problems with respect to this chapter which will help you understand the light’s speed in a better way.

Every chapter of HCV Solutions has exercises arranged in a systematic manner in order to give you an amazing learning experience while solving.

You will get to learn topics of the speed of light in the problems given here such as:

  • We will be seeing problems related to finding the angular velocity when the speed of light, refractive index, distance is given and the entire experiment is conducted in Fizeau apparatus
  • We have given problems on finding the speed of light done in the Foucault experiment, where the distances between fixed, rotating mirror, source and lens are given along with angular speed, a shift in image etc are given
  • You will be seeing questions of Michelson experiment where distance, refractive index are given.

This brings is a fresh approach to coverage of physics topics and questions that students need to practice and understand this chapter in a better way

HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Speed of Light Chapter 21

Practise This Question

If the dipole moment of CH3F is 1.847 D, the dipole moment of CD3F will be