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PS100 Questions from Chapter 11 Comprehension matching Match the experiment with what it proved about light. Handkerchief held up to light. Interference pattern created by the double-slit experiment. Photoelectric effect. Picture formed by low intensity light. The way a digital cameras operate. Single spot of light after passing through double-slit experiment Match the definition and the term. Carrier wave modulated by changing the frequency The ejection of electrons from metals when light is shined on the metal's surface Possessing both wave and particle properties. A particle of light. It possesses energy, frequency, and wavelength but neither mass nor charge. A series of bright lines separated by dark areas. Carrier wave modulated by changing the amplitude. Radiation originating in a varying electromagnetic field, such as visible light, radio waves, x-rays, and gamma rays. true/false Sharp shadows ultimately prove that light doesn't diffract and is therefore a particle.
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