Lab 11 Interference and Diffraction

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Unformatted text preview: Lab 11 Interference and Diffraction Lab 11 Report (100 points) Name: - PHYS 1214 2114/ Section: 3 Z Day and Time: N h T20 /t Station Check-in: if“ Part 1: Single Slit Interference Patterns (20 pts) R = I‘HO (m), not meters or cm! Single Slit A Slit Width a = 0‘ OZ (mm) Single Slit B Slit Width a = 0 | 04 (mm) Single Slit C Slit Width 21 = C)- 0‘5 (mm) 153 Lab 11 Interference and Diffraction Part 2. Double Slit Interference Patterns (28 pts) A. Same Slit Widths, but Different Slit Spacing Double Slit A Slit Width a = O r 0 4 (mm) Slit Spacing d = J”). 2 5 Q (m) Double Slit B Slit Width a = 0x 0 4 (mm) B. Same Slit Spacing, but Different Slit Widths Double Slit A Slit Width a = C5 ‘04 (mm) Slit Spacing d = 0 IZSO (mm) Double Slit C I A Slit Width a= 0 ‘1 (mm) Part 1: Single Slit Interference Patterns (20 pts) 154 Lab 11 Interference arfliffraction 1. What do Equations 1 and 2 predict will happen to the single-slit diffiactiopfl (intensity, fringe width,‘and fringe spacing) as the slit width is increased. / (10 pt ( t ' 1 "'i . f Igtcocairxs +0 ‘ {gala—agar; 1 and 2’. I we ext/mpg -33” d"¥f\,acfi¢n ?0\+ievfl of \ La"? C Viv-H"??? 053 ‘3“, t-o‘: (6")? i": {711: {warrant N“... _, What did you observe happen to the single-slit diffraction pattern as the slit width was increased. Refer to the single-slit diffraction patterns that you observed in Part 1. Tm St'flgte—slii' iii?;(’f”’."";0n portend. mantel, dccmmac as. “pa v .1.’ .N ‘v l l‘ , <- . v‘ _ , 3"" NW A": !I\C\ C0505": . new; 1'. coats: 5-6-0 ‘1‘.“ 1A.)!"‘\*~ “we: (Iota-,1: an 0?” 't‘r'c (‘14! ‘1’" 3 5's: I. 2. From the single-slit patterns (Single Slit A), the slit widths, and the distance to the screen recorded in Part 1, determine the wavelength 9» of the incident red laser light. Show all work and thoroughly explain your reasoning. (Hint: To determine 9» refer to Equation 1 and Figures 9-11. Use a ruler to measure the distance between the center of the pattern to the center of an appropriate fringe.) (10 pts) 19W) 8: MA w 2% NSlAS _ gamma _4 pm. — i 11‘ X10 mm : -1 (0.0c‘m\‘__ o 8 tan {—w’qé‘cmr 1.77 Part 2: Double Slit Interference Patterns (32 pts) 3. What does Equation 6 predict will happen to the double-slit diffraction pattern (intensity, fringe width, and fringe spacing) as the distance between the slits is increased while holding the slit width constant? (10 pts) Accow‘mfi, to €Q\»I“;‘”"0fl (L TN; dmbwfi'fir dw’é‘a L»;‘-‘.“‘.L.7«‘= «cl'¥~(-"\”.‘ i" K:$?f.‘\‘"‘t" 1. - ‘ - '- " P L ‘ ‘ * ‘9’ ~ mm Car-C631 Ma (1 hold‘. cw TM ‘31-" (ers What did you observe happen to the double-slit diffraction pattern as the distance between the slits was increased while holding the slit width constant? Refer to the double-slit diffraction patterns that you observed in Part 2A. The — ‘ - ,. doub\c 5M4? \ff'm C’i‘l CA‘) in lr‘t (‘ x r- ix) mJ lfi (,i CC 1' (:0 EC a 5 4.01:, 5114- 52941“, “Ml-5C1“? '3 «‘~ =3‘ "3 halal '. not, fit - :3‘ ‘ 4’ (":1 “l ‘ ' y :“- v »L 155 Lab 11 Interference and Diffraction 4. What does Equation 8 predict will happen to the double-slit diffraction pattern (intensity, 5. fringe width, and fringe spacing) as the slit width is increased while holding the distance between the slits constant? (10 pts) --‘ " ; Accm‘flmc; *0 equor'r'm": w dwb‘c~— gm d.{%-.ch'm\ Pakqu l‘dll‘l: dec‘,-m_fic 2m 0‘5 +02 SEE“?- wl‘d+r\ i'ncrecxseol while voiding +¥xe drs‘fa‘flCe befiueen 'f'he gift-3 (Savvy-any What did you observe happen to the double-slit diffraction pattern as the slit width is increased while holding the distance between the slits constant? Refer to the double-slit diffraction patterns that you observed in Part 2B. The double —s[ l-‘r- d ué‘éllnch‘m‘: 5361+} rr r* 5me rd dec‘ re Ot‘fifi r n q H 5 “+99 0 V; ow: +496 5! {4— w {drum inc: me Q $9 0}: w h Me .? J’h-E‘ W t“. We mitt"; COVVQd'Q v: From the double-slit patterns (Double Slit A), the distance between the slits, and the distance to the screen recorded in Part 1, determine the wavelength X of the incident red laser light. Show all work and thoroughly explain your reasoning. (Hint: To determine X refer to Equation 6 and Figures 13-15. Use a ruler to measure the distance between the center of the pattern to the center of an appropriate fringe.) (10 pts) 5H we: -» 2 "ii. . i ~ 03¢ -4 I ’ ‘ — Z ) ‘ } j C . I". 3‘: lC} ‘r\\fl~\‘\ rv ', (a ‘r/ I 1— g G; O a I (M ,, or 8 6. Calculate the percent difference between the two calculated wavelengths. (2 pts) (p.44 M043 (OAS Mo“ W___ ‘ X500 1‘ (4 ,_ fin ! . 4.»: °/(, C,l4.1\ .Yle 156 ...
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