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**Unformatted text preview: **PHYSICS 132-24 Exam 11, Winter 2005 NAM- L. , Part 1: Short Answer (Answer and explain in one or two sentences. Include a sketch or equation where
appropriate.) Each question is worth 5 points. 1. Ignoring diffraction effects, sketch the intensity distribution pattern expected in a double slit interference experiment using a slit separation d and wavelength A. Plot the intensity on the ordinate axis and sin 0 on the abscissa, where 0 is the angle of observation. Clearly label the axes and indicate the values on the
abscissa at which the maximums and minimums occur. 2. If a single slit diffraction experiment were ﬁrst performed in air, then repeated under water, what change,
if any, would occur in the observed intensity pattern? 3. Why are difﬁaction eﬁ‘ects normally heard, but not normally seen?
4. What is Huygen’s principle, W? Part II: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter of the one best answer to each of the following questions. Each
question is worth 5 points. total internal reﬂection (a) must occur if vl< v2; (b) must occur if n1< n2; (c) may occur if 4’ / 1. If light traveling in medium 1 is incident at an angle on a boundary separating medium 1 from = '
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none of these. 4. Two spheres, A and B, have the same size and are released simultaneously from the same height.
Sphere A is denser than sphere B. T ' ; into consideration the presence of air, and assuming the air
resistance to be the same on eac (6v . . ere A will reach the ground ﬁrst; (b) sphere B will reach the
ground ﬁrst; (c) both spheres will “a the ground at the same time; (d) all of the above are possible;
(6) none of these. Part III: Problem Solving. Work each of the following problems. Show your work. Credit for your answers
depends on the quality of your explanations. Each problem is worth 20 points. 1. Light of wavelength 500 nm illuminates two slits separated by 0.30 mm. What is the distance betwee
the 2“d and 3rd order dark fringes if the observing screen is placed 1.8 m from the slits? ? 3 M m ( 2. A lens produces a virtual image, enlarged four times and located 16 cm in front of the lens (on the same
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