Thursday, January 29, 2015

Wave Optics Complete Lesson

Wave optics is a branch of physics which can explain the properties of the light like interference, diffraction and polarization. Here light is assumed to be travelling like a wave.

When two coherent sources of light are superimposed with each other, the resultant mate bright and dark spots formed and this phenomenon is called interference. The phenomena of the bending of the light at the obstacle are called diffraction. The phenomenon of restricting the light to a particular plane is called polarization. Here in this post all the details of all these topics are listed as shown below.

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