A Single Slit,1,400 Nm Wide,forms a Diffraction Pattern When Illuminated
A single slit,1,400 nm wide,forms a diffraction pattern when illuminated by monochromatic light of 490-nm wavelength.What is the largest angle from the central maximum at which the intensity of the light is zero?
A single thin slit forms a diffraction pattern when illuminated with monochromatic light.The fourth minimum of the pattern occurs at an angle of 32.0° away from the central maximum.At what angle does the fifth minimum occur?
A beam of monochromatic light passes through a slit that is 11.0 μm wide.If the first order dark fringe of the resulting diffraction pattern is at an angle of 4.31° away from the centerline,what is the wavelength of light?
A beam of light of wavelength 610 nm passes through a slit that is 1.90 µm wide.At what the angle away from the centerline does the first dark fringe occur?