01_17_Interference

01_17_Interference - Today 1/17 o Interference o HW: 1/17...

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Unformatted text preview: Today 1/17 o Interference o HW: 1/17 HW Handout Interference Due Thur, 1/23 (beginning of class) o Todays goal: Predict locations where constructive and destructive interference occur. This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves. Source 1 Source 2 In this case the sources are in sync and produce waves of equal wavelength. The wave velocity depends only on the medium and so is the same for both. midpoint This picture now includes the sources of the waves....
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01_17_Interference - Today 1/17 o Interference o HW: 1/17...

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