A 500 lines per mm diffraction grating is illuminated by light of wavelength 560 nm . |
Part A
What is the maximum diffraction order seen
Part B:
What is the angle of each diffraction order starting from zero diffraction order to the maximum visible diffraction order?
Enter your answers in degrees in ascending order separated by commas.
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