Interference-pattern



noun, Physics.
1.
a series of alternating dark and bright bands produced as a result of light interference.
interference pattern
An overall pattern that results when two or more waves interfere with each other, generally showing regions of constructive and of destructive interference. Optical interference patterns are analyzed in devices such as interferometers; the acoustic effect of beats is an example of an interference pattern.

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