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i want to combining two lazer beam (coherent lazer) ,

but i don,t know how to calculate the new one

i have the value of the two wavelengths (.6328 micro ) and (.5145 micro ) but how to get the new one ?

can i take the average of them ?

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i want to combining two lazer beam (coherent lazer) ,

but i don,t know how to calculate the new one

i have the value of the two wavelengths (.6328 micro ) and (.5145 micro ) but how to get the new one ?

can i take the average of them ?

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In other words, photon frequencies do not add or subtract when they mingle.

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are you understanding me?

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Even so, if you combine two wavelengths they are really just running parallel. Another beam splitter could get you back to both beams again. Imagine if you had an amount of green light combined with a unit of red light. Just like a color wheel, when they are added they make yellow. Your eye does not receive a yellow color. It recieves an equal number of red and green thus perceiving yellow. I hope I explained this right.

EDIT - I think I didn't read your last post clearly and I don't know what you asking for. But the slit experiment should break up the two wavelengths at certain intervals.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-slit_experiment

EDIT - I think I didn't read your last post clearly and I don't know what you asking for. But the slit experiment should break up the two wavelengths at certain intervals.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-slit_experiment

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you mean that is we can't make wavelength from other wavelengths,so how to add wavelengths

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