Solutions to HW #6

# Solutions to HW #6 - 6 pts 14 pts Note We use the linear...

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More precisely, we could use ΔEΔt≥ /2, in which case the Δλ value would be 3x10 -6 Å instead. HW #6 Solutions—EEE 352—B. Skromme—Spring 2016 (100 pts. total) 10 pts. 10 pts. 10 pts. 10 pts.

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Unformatted text preview: 6 pts. 14 pts. Note : We use the linear independence of cos 2 θ and sin 2 θ in deducing the above. You should NOT assume that K = –1 and α = 6, that would be assuming the result! 30 pts....
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