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PH 223 22:1-3

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Richard Datwyler

on 1 March 2018

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Transcript of PH 223 22:1-3

A double slit is illuminated simultaneously with orange light 600 nm and an unknown light.
The m=4 fringe of the unknown wavelength overlaps the m=3 fringe of the orange light. What is the unknown wavelength
A double slit interference patten is created by two narrow slits spaced 0.20 mm apart. The distance between the first and the fifth minimum on a screen 60 cm behind the slits is 6.0 mm. What is the wavelength (in nm) of the light used?
500 nm
Light of wavelength 600 nm illuminates a diffraction grating. The second order maximum is at 39.5 degrees. how many lines per millimeter does this grating have?
A diffraction grating with 500 line/mm
is illuminated by a 633 nm laser light.
what is the maximum number of bright fringes that can be seen?

"Does Young's experiment only work with one wavelength of light?"
"Does light act more like a wave, or more like a ray?"
"Do the wave, Ray Model, and Photon model compliment each other in any way?"
"Could we get an overview of the photon model and how it differs from the other two."
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