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Video Classical Double-Slit Experiment

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  1. ⏲ [00:12] A bit of history
  2. ⏲ [02:13] Setup + observation
  3. ⏲ [03:43] Interference and wave path difference
  4. ⏲ [05:26] Interference pattern explained
  5. ⏲ [11:23] Derivation (formula for wavelength)
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Level 2 requires school mathematics. Suitable for pupils.
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In this video, Young's double-slit experiment with light is explained in a simple way. How the interference pattern of the double-slit is formed and which role light diffraction plays.
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