Use Of Interactive Methods In Teaching Light Interference

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Kibriyo Khasanova , Sharipova Shakhnoza


This article discusses the use of interactive methods in the study of light interference, developmental factors, types, current issues. In particular, we encounter the phenomenon of interference in life. For example, we see thin layers of oil or grease on the surface of water glow when light falls on them. This phenomenon is called the color of thin plates in optics. Such colored flashes are also observed on soap bubbles on very thin oil curtains, on old glass or metal surfaces. If we illuminate a thin transparent film, we see the same phenomenon.

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