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White light is supposed to be a beam with all wavelengths of the light spectrum combined.
Can one combine all the wavelengths of light into one directional beam?
Originally posted by Shadow88
...what i wanted to ask is if it were possible to radiate all or a a lot of the spectrum in a confined beam, creating a more intense, powerful kind of "radiation" or unified light
Originally posted by Shadow88...Also how dyu change yur mood below your name?...
Originally posted by xu
if you could make the photon change its frequency as it travels, like scanning UV, visible spectrum and IR back and forth this would be close to what you say, but I dont see what would be the point of it because it would be like again a bullet that slows and accelerates through its path, or like shooting metal and cotton bullets simultaneously. but you cannot program a photon to change its properties in its path (without physical interaction) so.