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Textbook Problem

Young's double slit experiment breaks a single light beam into two sources. Would the same pattern be obtained for two independent sources of light, such as the headlights of a distant car? Explain.

To determine

Whether two independent sources of light can form interference pattern like double slit experiment.

Explanation

Introduction:

Two sources of light are said to be coherent if they have same frequency and there is a fixed phase Relationship between them.

In Young's double slit experiment a single parent source of light is split into two coherent sources of light. If we are deriving coherent sources by this method, they should satisfy all conditions of coherent sources...

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