Asked by aryanshahi903 | 9th Apr, 2021, 06:14: AM
Coherence is the term referred to the similarity of wave nature of sources that radiate or transmite waves like electromagnetic waves , sound waves.
If the waves from sources have identical waveform and they are in phase , then these sources radiating or transmitting waves are said to be in coherent
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 9th Apr, 2021, 10:01: AM
- two coherent lights with of intensity 5 into 10 to power per to permit your each superimpose and produce the interference pattern on a screen at a point where the path difference between the wave is Lambda divided by 6 where Lambda is the wavelength of the wave find the first phase difference between wave second resultant intensity at the point
- We for equal wave intensities the intensity at a point is given by but where does the formula come from??
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- In young double slit experiment, slit with ratio is 3:2 then find out the ratio of the maximum and minimum intensity of interference of light.
- How is phase difference related to path difference?
- In Young's double slit experiment, the distance between the slit is kept smaller than the wavelength of the light. What is the effect?
- Why is Interference pattern not detected when the two coherent sources are far apart?
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