Light & Wave Simulation

Polarization

Polarization

Polarizers are made of long chained molecules which absorb light with electric fields. When you shine a light on a polarizer, only a part of the light is passed. The materials in…
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Electromagnetic Waves around of Visible Rays

Electromagnetic Waves around of Visible Rays

Electromagnetic radiation refers to the waves of the electromagnetic field, radiating through space-time, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. It includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays. Types of…
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Thin Film Interference

Thin Film Interference

Interference patterns seen in thin films If a thin oil film is floating on the water, you will see a beautiful pattern appear on the oil film. This is because the two…
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Color Panel

Color Panel

Selecting the button to changes the background color. Use it when you need a specific color in various scientific experiments.

See the Light

See the Light

Even if the object does not shine by itself, why can we see it? Eye is the organ that feels light. Even if the object does not shine by itself, why can…
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Why is the Sky Blue?

Why is the Sky Blue?

What is the size of the light? There is no exact concept of sizing the light, but it uses the wavelength of the light. Wavelength is the distance traveled by a wave…
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Standing Waves in various situations

Standing Waves in various situations

Standing wave occurs when incoming and reflected waves interfere with each other. It produces a wave pattern that appears to be stationary. Nodes are locations where particles of the medium appear to…
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Rainbow Formation

Rainbow Formation

A rainbow is a natural phenomenon where the dispersion of light is most visible. As you know, a rainbow can be seen after it rains because the water droplets bend and disperse…
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Rainbow Colors

Rainbow Colors

Color and Eye Recognition Visible light has various colors. Light has a different color depending on the wavelength (or frequency). So, how do people perceive color? Cone cells in the eye’s retina…
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Principle of Mirror

Principle of Mirror

Why is the incident angle and the reflection angle the same? ‘Law of reflection’ has the word ‘law’ attached. ‘Law’ refers to a situation in which a natural phenomenon happens repeatedly and…
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Law of Reflection Simulation

Law of Reflection

The law of reflection Consider a light-ray incident on a plane mirror, the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence. This is the law of reflection. When looking at…
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Water Waves

Water Waves

Water Wave When you throw a stone into a calm lake, a circle of concentric waves is created and spreads around. The phenomenon that vibration created in one place spreads to the…
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