Difference between Coherent and Incoherent Light?

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Incoherent light contains many different wavelengths due to which it is scattered. An example is the light from fire which emerges in every direction. Coherent light, on the other hand, is not scattered and is more focused, because of single wavelength. An example is a light beam from laser.
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