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INTERFERENCE PATTERNS OF TWO POINT SOURCES<br />
Increase of Wavelength<br />
(2 of 2)<br />
A two-point source interference pattern always has an alternating pattern of nodal and anti-nodal lines. When wave frequency is reduced, which increases the wavelength,  the separation between the lines increases.

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INTERFERENCE PATTERNS OF TWO POINT SOURCES
Increase of Wavelength
(2 of 2)
A two-point source interference pattern always has an alternating pattern of nodal and anti-nodal lines. When wave frequency is reduced, which increases the wavelength, the separation between the lines increases.

Copyright:© 2004 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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