# Matan

## Holography – en

Holography is a technique for recording and reconstructing three-dimensional images using the principles of interference and diffraction. Unlike traditional photography, which captures only the intensity of light reflected from an … Read more

## Thin-film interference – en

Thin-film interference is an optical phenomenon that occurs when light waves reflect off the front and rear surfaces of a thin film or layer of material, causing the reflected waves … Read more

## Young’s double-slit experiment – en

Young’s double-slit experiment is a famous physics experiment that demonstrates the wave-like behavior of light and the phenomenon of interference. It was first performed by the English scientist Thomas Young … Read more

## Scattering – en

Scattering of electromagnetic waves occurs when the waves encounter obstacles or particles in their path, causing them to change direction, spread out, or redistribute their energy. Scattering plays a crucial … Read more

## Diffraction – en

Diffraction is a phenomenon that occurs when electromagnetic waves, such as light, encounter an obstacle or pass through an aperture (opening) in their path. As the waves interact with the … Read more

## Diffraction and scattering – en

Diffraction and scattering are two phenomena that describe the interaction of waves, such as electromagnetic waves, with obstacles, particles, or apertures. Both phenomena involve the bending, redirection, and spreading of … Read more

## Huygens’ principle – en

Huygens’ principle, named after the Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens, is a fundamental concept in wave optics that helps to explain the propagation of wavefronts, such as light or sound waves. … Read more

## Interference – en

Interference occurs when two or more waves interact and superpose, resulting in a new wave pattern. Interference can be either constructive or destructive, depending on the phase relationship between the … Read more

## Principle of Superposition – en

In electromagnetism, the principle of superposition states that when two or more electromagnetic waves interact in a linear system, the resulting electric and magnetic fields at a given point in … Read more

## Total internal reflection – en

Total internal reflection (TIR) is a phenomenon that occurs when an electromagnetic wave, such as light, travels from a medium with a higher refractive index (n1) to a medium with … Read more

The primary purpose of this project is to help the public to learn some exciting and important information about electricity and magnetism.