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Physics 122 3/11/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 1 3/11/11 1 Physics 122 3/11/11 2 Physics 122 3/11/11 4 Physics 122
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Physics 122 3/11/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 2 3/11/11 5 Physics 122 3/11/11 6 Physics 122 3/11/11 7 Physics 122
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Physics 122 3/11/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 3 3/11/11 8 Physics 122 Ripple tank analogy Can two sources lead to both “bright spots” and “dark spots”? 3/11/11 9 Physics 122 3/11/11 10 Physics 122 Ripple tank analogy
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Physics 122 3/11/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 4 3/11/11 11 Physics 122 3/11/11 12 Physics 122 3/11/11 13 Physics 122 The wavelet model implies that a plane wave will travel in a straight line.
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Physics 122 3/11/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 5 3/11/11 14 Physics 122 http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=16 15 The wavelet model implies that a plane wave will reflect off a mirror according to the rule: angle of incidence = angle of reflection. 1. leading (left) edge of incoming wave (red) hits and starts outgoing wavelet (blue circle) 2. by the time the trailing (right) edge of the incoming wave hits the wavelet has grown this much
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