Young Double Slit Experiment
Thomas Young was a physician who conducted the double slit experiment in the 1800s. The experiment consisted of a laser going through two slits, showing up on a surface as a divided line, brighter in the center and dimmer on either side. The experiment demonstrated how light refraction could work and how light can act as both a wave and a particle. When this experiment was attempted with my group, we didn’t get the same results.