Questions for Waves (JC) Set 1

Ultra-violet rays differ from X-ray in that they

  1. cannot be diffracted
  2. cannot be polarised
  3. have a lower frequency
  4. are deviated when they pass through a magnetic field
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Both UV rays and X-rays can be diffracted.
UV rays can be polarised. (transverse wave)
UV rays are not deviated when they pass through a magnetic field.
Answer: 3

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