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Single-Slit Diffraction  [ Computer Program ]

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J. Palop
The Single-Slit Diffraction model simulates the diffraction pattern of light as it travels through a slit to a screen. The diffraction pattern is due to the difference in path length…

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F. Hwang
This page contains a short explanation and Java simulation of the physics behind rainbows. It covers the reflection and refraction effects of light inside a water droplet as well as…

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D. Shipp and C. Williams
This lab manual presents an optical diffraction laboratory, redesigned to stimulate student autonomy. This lab is completed in a single class period within the first two weeks of the…

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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
This interactive homework problem shows a coherent beam of photons incident on a double slit. Students are asked to duplicate the interference/diffraction pattern of photons using…

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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
This interactive homework tutorial shows particles passing through a single slit of known width. The student is asked to use the Heisenberg uncertainty principle to find the answer.…

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M. Davidson and K. Spring; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
This item is a introductory tutorial relating to wave-particle duality in the behavior of light. It traces the early history of light refraction theory, from Huygens' 18th century…

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M. Davidson, M. Parry-Hill, and R. Sutter; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
This item is an interactive Java simulation relating to wave/particle duality in the behavior of light. The tutorial explores how both photons and waves behave when diffracted by an…

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S. Kiselev
This web page includes a java illustration of single slit diffraction of light. The user can adjust the wavelength of the light and the size of the slit and observe the resultant…
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G. Planinšic, A. Corona, and J. Sliško, Phys. Teach., 46 (6), 329-333 (2008).
This article describes how you can obtain rainbow-like spectra, by reflexive diffraction of white light on a CD. The paper also discusses how building a coherent qualitative…
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