Why two independent source of light can not produce interference?

Last updated on June 13th, 2020 at 08:37 pm

Two independent sources of light can not produce interference because a large number of difficulties are involved. The two sources may emit light waves of largely different amplitude and wave length and the phase difference between the two may change with time. That’s why interference of light is produced by two coherent sources which are virtual.

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