white light doesn't produce interference patterns because white light is the entire spectrum of light. only light of a singular frequency produces interference patterns. white light does actually produce interference patterns but because there are so many frequencies involved the patterns blend with each other and are not detectable by eye.
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, white light can produce interferance fringes because white colour consist of seven colours each spectral colour produces its own interferance fringes pattern.
I think the farthest color next to white is red
White light consists of a mixture of many different colors. Each color will have different interference patterns, making observation difficult.
Because there are too many wave lengths to overlap.
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a prism probably its when a sun light rays hit a prism and a range of colors appear i also think a spectrum produces light :D hope its helps.............. x
White light is made by all the colours creating constructive interference. When light passes through water, the light is refracted but they are all refracted differently creating a spectrum of the colours making white light, a rainbow.
its produces a bright light which is hard to look at and when the reaction is finished it produces a white powder hope this helps
A black object absorbs light- black is actually an ABSENCE of light. White, on the other hand, REFLECTS all colors- which, when blended, produces white.