01_29_Air_Wedge - light of = 400nm. Show all your...

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Physics 212 1/29 HW Handout Name________________________ Spring 2003 Air Wedge Due Friday 1/31 1) Two very flat pieces of glass are placed atop one another. A piece of paper 1.0 μ m thick is places between them at one edge creating a thin air wedge as shown. The glass pieces are 6cm long. Dark (destructive) and light (constructive) bands are seen when looking down on the glass plates. a) Find the thicknesses (all of them) for which destructive interference occurs for reflected
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Unformatted text preview: light of = 400nm. Show all your reasoning. b) Find the thicknesses (all of them) for which constructive interference occurs for reflected light of = 400nm. Show all your reasoning. c) How far apart are the bright fringes when viewed from above? Show your reasoning. 1 2 1.0 m paper 6cm 1 2 1.0 m paper 6cm...
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course PHYS Physics 21 taught by Professor Larrywatson during the Spring '08 term at North Dakota.

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