Different theories of nature of light, Physics

Different theories of nature of Light:

What are the different theories which explain the nature of Light?

A. The different theories that explains the nature of the light are :

1) Newton's Corpuscular theory

2) Huygens wave theory

3) Maxwell's electromagnetic theory

4) Quantum theory

 

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