# If a right hand circularly polarised wave is incident on a perfect conductor. The reflected wave is :

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If a right hand circularly polarised wave is incident on a perfect conductor. The reflected wave is : a. Right circularly polarised wave b. Left circularly polarised wave c. Linear polarised wave d. None of above

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