Interference is a phenomenon meant for waves. Being sound a wave, though longitudinal, it can form the interference pattern.
Because, there is destructive interference that occurs there.
the light from two coherent sources is interference & light in secondary wave fronts is diffraction............
to produce interference pattern the sources should be coherent but two independent sources cannot produce such pattern. hence they won't produce interference fringes
Interference effects can be observed with all types of waves, for example, light A simple form of interference pattern is obtained if two plane waves of the same Optical interference between two point sources for different wavelengths and
sustained interference are those in which the position of bright and dark fringes are fixed on the screen.
Any type of wave can form an interference pattern. Unless you're a scientist and have run into this before, you might not normally think of electrons as waves, but they do have wave properties and can in fact form interference patterns.
The interference of white light creates a spectra. The different wave lengths are each diffracted to a different extent causing successive interference of the colors
Yes, all waves create interference (such as light waves)
To generate an interference pattern the light needs to be coherent.
An interference pattern
it is called an interference pattern.
The waves overlap to form an interference pattern.
An interference pattern
To produce an interference pattern, the light must be coherent - which happens when a single beam of light is split. Two different flashlights are independent of one another.
yes yes it can with diffrent light bulbs
A diffraction pattern is a type of interference. It is formed when a wave or a series of waves passes through an obstacle.
It shows that light behaves as a wave phenomenon. Interference cannot be explained using a particle theory. http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-3/Interference-of-Waves
interference happens if and only if the waves entering the double slits are synchronous (having same nature and same wavelength) and coherent (waves between the two waves are constant at anytime i.e. starting at the same time)... so if these conditions are valid, interference occurs, otherwise no interference will happen.
For a steady interference pattern, the two sources of light must be monochromatic and coherent.The light coming from any star contains many wavelengths. Hence, it is not monochromatic.Also, the light is from two different sources. So, the two sources will not be coherent.Because of these reasons, the stars will not produce a stable interference pattern.
Young's experiment aimed at observing interference of light waves. To observe clear interference patterns it is necessary to use monochromatic sources. Using monochromatic sources are coherent with constant phase difference so the interference pattern remains same on screen with passage of time. But using just any source will give a changing phase difference and a changing interference pattern which is difficult to observe.
neither is the case since diffraction involves the bending of waves upon contact or lack thereof of a physical boundary. a double slit experiment works on the basis of diffraction and also forms a distinctive interference pattern so in this case the two are related and the diffraction causes the interference but isn't necessarily a case of interference.
Two sound waves may make an interference pattern.