never really got an answer to this,and couldnt find it on google
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why do wave get diffracted more when the slit is narrower? watch
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- 12-10-2013 00:43
- 13-10-2013 06:20
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- 13-10-2013 10:33
It's to do with Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Here is a really good, short video on it...
Actually, I really enjoy this video too... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8FTr2qMutA
I was looking at this stuff the other week since I was curious about the details of electron clouds - a theory that is based on heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Enjoy!