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What evidence can you cite for the wave nature of light? For the particle nature of light?
- Physics - drwls, Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 12:48am
What evidence can you cite for the wave nature of light?
Focusing by lenses
Constructive and destructive interference
Rainbow colors in a thin layer of oil on water
For the particle nature of light?
The photoelectic effect
Photolysis by short-wave radiation
The Compton effect (X-ray scattering by particles)
- Physics - drwls, Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 10:50am
For the particle nature of light?:
Hereare a few more:
Stimulated emission (lasers)
The long-wavelength cutoff of solar cells
The Planck blackbody radiation law
Electron-positron recombination (gamma) radiation
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