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Posted: Jan 20 2011, 03:05 AM
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Along the lines of Electromagnetic Radiation, such as a visible light wave:
First, am I correct in thinking that two such waves 100% destructively interfered still propagate (if both wave going in same direction)?
If so, is there a way to "de-interfere" (for lack of better known term) the waves so that, in the case of light waves, they would become visible at a receiving point?
Sorry if too may questions in one post but this is interrelated:
Can such completely destructively interfered EM waves be detected, in that state?
Thanks in advance for any insights.