When an EM wave diffracts, I can imagine that its EM field interacts with the charges in a certain obstacle thus inducing a wave behaviour on the charges of the matter that will interact with the EM ...
Particle Wave duality shows us that waves and particles are the same thing. Therefore electrons can be viewed as both particles and waves. The wave properties of electrons can be seen in the double ...
We can see diffraction of light if we allow light to pass through a slit, but why doesn't diffraction occur if we obstruct light using some other object, say a block? Why are shadows formed? Why ...
The problem statement: We are observing an electron diffraction on a "Ni" crystal. We point the narrow beam of electrons on a crystal which can be rotated so that we are changing the angle ...
What does happen when we rotate crystal while at the same time we shoot a narrow beam of electrons at it
I know that if we shoot narrow beam of electrons at the crystal (we don't change the angle) we will get a diffraction of electrons according to the brag's law. Therefore we get minimums and maximums ...
Apparently all objects have wavelike properties, so, if we kick a football (soccer ball, if you must) through a pair of posts, does the ball in any sense diffract? If this is ridiculous then let me ...