01_23_Two_Slit_Interference

01_23_Two_Slit_Interference - -9 2 A different source of...

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Physics 212 1/23 HW Handout Name________________________ Spring 2003 Two Slit Interference Due Monday 1/27 1) Light of wavelength λ = 475nm is incident on two parallel slits separated by 0.01mm, (10 -5 m). What is the distance between the central maximum (zeroth order bright fringe) and the first order bright fringe on a screen that is 3m away from the slits? The two slits are in phase. Show all your work including a diagram. (nm = 10
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Unformatted text preview: -9 ) 2) A different source of light of unknown wavelength is now incident on the same slits. The screen is still 3m away from the slits. What is the wavelength of the light if the first order bright fringe is 7.5cm away from the central maximum (zeroth order bright fringe)? The two slits are in phase. Show all your work including a diagram....
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