Two Source Interference of Waves – A Level Physics

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Throw stones into a pond and the ripples pass through each other. The same effect of wave interference is also seen with sound, light, and microwaves.

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12 Comments

  • AviationXPlane 7 years ago

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    • Physics Online 7 years ago

      @AviationXPlane Thanks

  • Brookie 6 years ago

    Professional af!

  • Zainab Baber Sattar 6 years ago

    Thank you sooo much! These videos are AMAZING!!

  • Summayah Jeffrey 5 years ago

    You explain things so clearly. I love it! ☺️Thank You

  • Unik Limbu 5 years ago

    What is the app’s name? Amazing video btw !!1

    • huntingresonance 5 years ago

      It looks like the falstad ripple tank simulator

  • JsaintUK 5 years ago

    What is the practical where you use a CD to work out the wavelength of a certain colour of light?

    • Joe Binns 5 years ago

      innit

  • 2ubelazy 5 years ago

    How does the microwave emitter work if the source is not coherent?

  • MelloCello 3 years ago

    We need more accurate visual representation of wave interference instead of wrote explanation.Intuitive descriptions is the way to go!!
    Thank you so much again for this!!

  • Marie Hill 3 years ago

    If you cover one of the slits, would the light be less spread out than the light with two slits as it is only being diffracted once whereas with two it is getting diffracted twice?

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