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double slit experiment

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Laser light passes through a double slit on to a screen. The centres of the slits (d) are     0.50 mm apart. The distance from the slits to the screen (D) is 2.50 m. The points of maximum intensity on the screen are 6.5 mm apart. The separation of the fringes x that appear on the screen is given by: What would be the effect on the interference pattern of doubling the distance between the double slit and the screen? A. The colour of the fringes would change. B. The fringe separation would be doubled. C. The fringe separation would be halved. D. The fringe pattern would disappear. Using the values given above determine the wavelength of the incident light?
asked Apr 28, 2015 in Intro College Physics by bohrboy3 (180 points)

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