Teaching Physics with the Physics Suite

Edward F. Redish

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Three models of light

Three models, the ray model, the wave model, and the photon model are often used to make sense of observations of the properties of light. Describe these models briefly, explain when they are each especially useful, and discuss their relationships to each other.

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