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Energy of a particle in periodic motion
Combinations of oscillations at right angles to each other
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amplitude aperture axis bands centre change of phase coefficient coincident colour components considered constant crystal curve determined difference in phase diffraction direction of vibration displacements disturbance effect elastic electric ellipse elliptically polarized energy equal equation force Fresnel's fringes gives grating Hence homogeneous light illumination incident light intensity interference intersection isochromatic lens Lord Rayleigh magnetic maximum measured medium Newton's rings normal oscillations observed obtain optic axes optical distance optical length oscillations parallel particle passing path periodic motion phase difference plane of incidence plane of polarization plane polarized plane wave plate portion position prism quantities radiation radius reflected reflexion refractive index represented resultant retardation right angles rings rotation screen shows simple shear sin2 slit spectrum surface theory thickness transmitted velocity velocity of propagation wave plate wave propagation wave-front wave-length wave-surface white light zero zones