Question about electromagnetism


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Wat is meant by "interference" in "electromagnetism is the interference between the electricity and magnetic force."?
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May2-12, 04:34 AM
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Hi AH020387! Welcome to PF!

No, not at all.

It means the interference between electromagnetic waves (light),

eg the interference that causes rainbows, Young's fringes, etc.


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