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We can produce interference by two method: one, by division of amplitude and second by division of wavefront. My book says that we divide wavefront and amplitude in both the cases. I don't understand how. I've read Fresnel bi-prism, Lloyd's mirror and parallel and wedge shaped film. But nothing explains what does "division" actually means. And how the division takes place.
Re: Difference between interfernce by division of amplitude and wavefront.
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