What is Meant by Coherent Sources of Light ? - Physics (Theory)

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What is meant by coherent sources of light?

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Two sources of light that emit light of the same frequency and wavelength having a constant phase difference between them and preferably of the same amplitude are called coherent sources. They are desired from the same source.

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