# HW6soln - aa(ii)=sum(aperture(1:ii nd ambda=6.33e-5 =100...

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unction data=diffraction2(aperture) aperture is an array of lengths, in the format [transparent1 opaque1 transparent2 opaque2 transparent3. ...] example input: aperture=1e-3; %single-slit, width 10 microns aperture=[1e-3 2e-3 1e-3]; %double slit, each 10 microns, with 20 microns opaque %between them (30 micron spacing) aperture=[1e-3 2e-3 1e-3 2e-3 1e-3]);% three-slit diffraction or ii=1:length(aperture)
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Unformatted text preview: aa(ii)=sum(aperture(1:ii)); nd ambda=6.33e-5; =100; =2*pi/lambda; s=-20:0.1:20; i=1; or x=xs E=0; for y=0:lambda/2:sum(aperture) if ceil(min(find(sign(y-aa)-1))/2)~=min(find(sign(y-aa)-1))/2 d=sqrt(D^2+(x-y)^2); E=E+e^(i*k*d); end I(ii)=abs(E)^2; ii=ii+1; lot(xs,I) ata=[xs' I']; diffraction2([1e-3 1e-3 1e-3]) diffraction2([1e-3 1e-3 1e-3 1e-3 1e-3])...
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## This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course PHYSICS 375 taught by Professor Eno during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.

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HW6soln - aa(ii)=sum(aperture(1:ii nd ambda=6.33e-5 =100...

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