Page 9 - Micro5 Brochure 2019
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If two currents are passed through each other at right angles the superimposed electri-
            cal waves both try to cancel and add to each other. This is known as the interferential
            effect, as the two currents try to interfere with each other. An example is shown in the
            picture below.



            Secondary currents, the sum and difference of the original currents are produced at 45
            degree angles. This is shown in the image below.




            Unique to the micro5 is what happens next.
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