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Dispersion – en

Dispersion occurs in electromagnetic waves when different frequencies or wavelengths travel at different velocities through a medium. This causes the wave to spread out and change shape as it propagates. … Read more

X-ray diffraction – en

X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a powerful analytical technique used to study the crystal structure, chemical composition, and other properties of materials. It is based on the interaction between X-rays and … Read more

Radio wave diffraction – en

Radio wave diffraction is a phenomenon that occurs when radio waves encounter an obstacle, such as a building, mountain, or the Earth’s surface, and bend around it. This bending allows … Read more

Diffraction gratings – en

A diffraction grating is an optical component with a periodic structure that splits and diffracts light into its constituent wavelengths, creating a spectrum. Diffraction gratings are used to separate light … Read more

Double-slit diffraction – en

Double-slit diffraction, also known as the double-slit interference or Young’s double-slit experiment, is a phenomenon in which light waves pass through two closely spaced slits and interfere with each other, … Read more

Single-slit diffraction – en

Single-slit diffraction is a phenomenon that occurs when light waves pass through a narrow slit and spread out, deviating from their original direction. This spreading of light waves is due … Read more

Mie scattering – en

Mie scattering is a type of scattering that occurs when electromagnetic waves, such as light, encounter particles or obstacles with sizes comparable to the wavelength of the incident wave. This … Read more

Rayleigh scattering – en

Rayleigh scattering is a type of scattering that occurs when electromagnetic waves, such as light, encounter particles or obstacles much smaller than the wavelength of the incident wave. This phenomenon … Read more

Radio frequency interference – en

Radio frequency interference (RFI) is the disturbance or unwanted noise that affects radio frequency (RF) signals, typically caused by electromagnetic radiation emitted by other electronic devices or natural sources. RFI … Read more

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