I recently became intrigued with the idea that although it's fun to show young people many of the fascinating things that light does, it might also be quite interesting and challenging to demonstrate what light is, as opposed to what it does. The September "Light Touch" was the first of two articles dealing with this subject. This is the second.
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Publish Date: 01 November 1993
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