Does light intensity and brightness depend on amplitude?
Yes, brightness of light and its intensity depend on light wave amplitude, or the height of light waves. Brightness is also somewhat influenced by wavelength.
Thanks! Is there any detailed explanation on that? Thanks in advance!
Light waves (in general)
1-How does the amplitude affects the brightness and intensity of light waves?
2-And why energy affects the frequency of light waves rather than their amplitude; why doesn't the amplitude increase or decrease when extra or less energy is transferred by the wave instead of the frequency?
Thanks in advance!
1 - Brightness or Intensity are proportional to the square of Amplitude.
2 - You're confusing the energy of individual photons (which is proportional to the frequency) with the total energy of the wave (which is proportional to the square of the amplitude of the wave)
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