DCS # | DEMONSTRATION | REFERENCE | ABSTRACT |
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6D10.00 | Interference From Two Sources | ||

6D10.05 | interference model | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.05 | interference model | 6D10.05 | |

6D10.10 | double slit and laser | PIRA 200 | Shine a laser beam through double slits of different widths and spacing. |

6D10.10 | double slits and laser | 6D10.10 | Pass a laser beam through double slits of different widths and spacing. |

6D10.10 | laser and double slit | Ol-9 | Direct a laser through a double slits of different dimensions. |

6D10.10 | double slit interference | Disc 23-11 | Pass a laser beam through double slits on the Cornell slide. |

6D10.11 | Cornell plate - two slit | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.11 | Cornel plate - two slit | 6D10.11 | |

6D10.14 | making double slits | AJP 47(6),554 | Photograph two dark wires against a white background with high contrast film and use the negative for a double slit. |

6D10.15 | double slit on X-Y recorder | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.15 | double slit on X-Y recorder | 6D10.15 | |

6D10.15 | double slit on x-y recorder | AJP 44(4),399 | Mount a photoresistor on the movable crossbar. |

6D10.15 | double slit on X-Y recorder | AJP 47(12),1103 | Mount a detector on the the traveling arm of an X-Y recorder and trace out the intensity pattern of a double slit. |

6D10.17 | double slit on photo diode array | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.17 | photodiode array | AJP 46(9),945 | Shine the diffraction pattern on a photodiode array and display the intensity plot on an oscilloscope. |

6D10.17 | photodiode array detector | Ol-8 | Project the pattern from the laser and adjustable slit onto a photodiode array and observe the intensity on an oscilloscope. |

6D10.20 | microwave two slit interference | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.20 | microwave two slit interference | 6D10.20 | |

6D10.20 | microwave two slit interference | Ol-4 | Microwave two slit interference. |

6D10.20 | microwave double slit diffraction | 33-7.9 | The set up for double slit diffraction using 3.37 cm microwaves. |

6D10.20 | microwave double slit | O-7i.1 | A 12 cm microwave double slit demonstration. |

6D10.20 | microwave double slit interference | Disc 23-10 | Two sets of slits with different spacing on the Brett Carrol microwave board. |

6D10.25 | microwave two source interference | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.25 | microwave double source interference | 6D10.25 | 12 cm microwave is set up with two transmitters. |

6D10.30 | two slit interference - hand held | Ol-5 | Look at a filament lamp through parallel lines scratched in a dark plate. |

6D10.35 | ripple tank incoherence | PIRA 1000 | |

6D10.35 | ripple tank incoherence | AJP 56(8),745 | The necessary conditions for interference are shown with a dripping water double source that can be adjusted to show irregular changes in initial phase differences. |

6D10.36 | coherence and interference | AJP 40(3),470 | An interference pattern results from a laser grazing the wall of a glass tube. The effect is not observable with non coherent light. |

6D10.37 | interference and coherence of light | AJP 41(5),720 | More variance on the subject. |

6D10.37 | coherence and interference in a tube | AJP 41(2),284 | This explanation of the interference pattern from the inner and outer edges of a glass tube differs from AJP 40(3),470. |

6D10.38 | cylindrical tube interference | AJP 46(7),727 | The ring pattern from shining a point source down a reflecting cylindrical tube results from interference of two virtual sources. |

6D10.41 | Fresnel biprism | Ol-11 | A laser through a Fresnel biprism gives two interference sources. |

6D10.41 | Fresnel biprism | L-84 | A Fresnel Biprism is placed between a slit and projecting lens giving a pattern similar to a double slit. |

6D10.42 | Billet half lens | Ol-12 | A split convex lens acts like a Fresnel biprism and gives an interference pattern. |

6D10.46 | double slit wavefront measurement | AJP 53(11),1115 | As the laser beam is scanned across the double slit, the interference pattern moves antiparallel to the laser beam translation. |

6D10.47 | measuring interference fringes | AJP 31(12),xiv | Use two filaments. Line up the central image of one filament with the first maximum of the other filament. |

6D10.48 | interference from "X" slits | AJP 40(1),201 | Crossed slits produce hyperbolic interference patterns. |

6D10.51 | computer generated interference | TPT 28(5),336 | A simple GW-BASIC program for generating two point interference patterns. |

6D10.52 | digital electronic diffraction | AJP 46(11),1158 | A digital electronic circuit acts like 16 slits, any of which can be open or closed, with either or both of two wavelengths. Discusses the various effects that can be shown with the apparatus. |

6D10.61 | group and phase velocity by interfer | AJP 52(8),755 | The reflected laser light from the glass/air interfaces of two glass slides of different thicknesses show group and phase velocity when the air gap between them is changed. |

6D10.90 | 3D interference patterns | AJP 51(4),380 | Direct the laser interference pattern from the back of the room off a mirror and toward the students into a smoke filled box. |

Reference | Description |
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M-1 | Sutton |

Ma-1 | Freier & Anderson |

M-1d | Hilton |

8-2.8 | Meiners |

1A12.01 | University of Minnesota Handbook |

AJP 52(1),85 | American Journal of Physics |

TPT 15(5),300 | The Physics Teacher |

Disc 01-01 | The Video Encyclopedia of Physics Demonstrations |

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