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Interference and Diffraction Combined

  1. May 3, 2009 #1
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    Can anyone explain to me how exactly this works because i thought that interference is supposed to oscillate up and down at the same height but in the "interference and diffraction combined" pattern, it's no longer the case...And also, i'm not sure but in the "interference and diffraction combined pattern", which is the diffracted and interference pattern (which is the one inside and outside)?
    Thanks.

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