Light Waves and Color




Photos from The Physics Classroom's Flickr Group

Lesson 1: How Do We Know Light Behaves as a Wave?

Lesson 1 discusses the wavelike behaviors of light. An effort is made to associate the behavior of light reflection, refraction, diffraction, two-point source interference, thin film interference, and polarization with wave-like behavior. Items in the group's pool include photos of Polaroid filters, the use of filters to analyze stress patterns in molded plastics, birefringence caused by calcite crystals, thin film interference patterns, Newton rings, diffraction patterns, and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 1 of the Light Waves and Color chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

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Lesson 2: Color and Vision

Lesson 2 emphasizes how simple principles of color addition and subtraction can be used to explain the world of color. Items in the group's pool include photos of paint pigments, colored filters, colored shadows, harvest moons, and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 2 of the Light Waves and Color chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

See more in the The Physics Classroom Flickr Group - Unit 12, Lesson 2 Photos
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Lesson 3: Mathematics of Two-Point Source Interference

Lesson 3 discusses the development of Young's equation and its use to determine the wavelength of light. Items in the group's pool include diagrams of diffraction and two-point source interference patterns and photos of ripple tank experiments, interference patterns on still water, and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 3 of the Light Waves and Color chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

See more in the The Physics Classroom Flickr Group - Unit 12, Lesson 3 Photos
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