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Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and D. Zollman
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Try out double-slit interference on this site. You'll see elegant interference patterns and find out what happens as you change the wavelength, the source separation and the phase.
  
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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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The Physlet Physics Section 7: Optics provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in optics from an introductory physics course. Interactive javascript simulations are used…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This activity from the Exploratorium provides an introduction to the diffraction of light and clearly demonstrates light's wavelike properties. The materials are two pencils and a…
  
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At this site from the Exploratorium, you'll find out how to make interference patterns with two pieces of Plexiglas™. The patterns, similar to the ones you may have seen in soap…
  
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Bubble Tray from the Exploratorium shows you how to make large soap bubbles. It describes the materials needed--they're easy to find--and gives a recipe for the soap solution. You'll…
  
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L. Cowley
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Visit the Atmospheric Optics site, by Les Cowley, for striking photographs of the natural rays and shadows that occur as small particles scatter light in the atmosphere. A variety of…
  
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Publisher: PhET
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This PhET simulation, from the University of Colorado, allows you to explore the properties of water, sound, and light waves. you can measure the wave speed with a stopwatch and…
  
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Publisher: The Royal Society
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See this site for an introduction to terahertz waves and the remarkable images they can make. You'll find out how the reflection and absorption of these electromagnetic waves can…
  
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Publisher: C. Jones
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See this image gallery, by C. C. Jones of Union College, for examples of physical optics and also x-ray diffraction. Several images of diffraction show how the pattern changes when…
  
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C. Nave
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This Hyperphysics site from Georgia State University shows what happens when birefringent materials are viewed through crossed polarizers. The production of the colors is explained…
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