HW5 - a is 30.0 mm? 2. What is the ratio of the intensity...

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UAHuntsville PH 113 Spring 2010 Homework Problem Set No. 5 Submission deadline: 3/22/2009 Problem 28: Solve the equation β = tan for the first 5 non-trivial roots, to at least 4 significant figues. Problem 29: 1. How many bright fringes appear between the first diffraction-envelope minima to either side of the central maximum in a double-slit pattern if the wavelength of the light λ is 550 nm, the thickness of the slits d is 0.150 mm, and the distance between the slits
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Unformatted text preview: a is 30.0 mm? 2. What is the ratio of the intensity of the third bright fringe to the intensity of the central fringe? Problem 30: Problem 31: Problem 32: Problem 33: Plot quantitatively the intensity for diffraction by a double slit (two wide slits), so that the diffraction pattern is clear. Vary parameters to study how different features of the pattern depend on the parameters. Notice, this is an open-ended question. Do your own analysis! Problem 34:...
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HW5 - a is 30.0 mm? 2. What is the ratio of the intensity...

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