Define the electromagnetic radiation, Physics

Diffraction is a phenomenon that is severely associated with light. That is to utter that light and only light undergoes diffraction. (By light here we denote any form of electromagnetic radiation--not just visible light.)

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Diffraction is a wave phenomenon and it takes place for all kinds of waves. For example waves in the surface of water undergo diffraction. Thus do sound waves in air.

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