Got a new idea regarding the unification of light wave and sound wave into a single entity , may be probably a wave. Is it possible to proceed in that manner,and has it been done previously,like i have an idea of projecting.The light wave and sound wave and synchronizing their speeds,and let them meet at a point,forming interference, or merging at a point will it create a new wave. If it have been implemented in past can I know the way of unification of sound and light and its applications?
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Sound and light are inherently different.
Sound is produced in a form similar to that of a 1 dimensional wave: air is compressed and then stretched.
Light is of an inherently different nature: electricity and magnetism interact in a fashion that propagates their energy through space in the the form of light.
Light and sound do not interfere with one another. Why? A molecule of gas (that is an element of a sound wave) may absorb photons of certain wavelengths. The atom has certain electromagnetic properties that allow it to interact with and absorb light. Sound (the mere changes in air density) lacks the ability to interact with the electromagnetic essence of light waves. Apples and Oranges.