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A diffraction grating with 230 lines per mm is used in an experiment to study the visible spectrum of a gas discharge tube. At what angle from the beam axis will the first order peak occur if the tube emits light with wavelength of 421.2 nm? At what angle will the second order peak occur?
A diffraction grating with 13400 lines per 2.54 cm (i.e., per inch) is used to view the visible spectrum from hydrogen gas excited by an electrical discharge. At whatangle from the beam axis will the first order peak for the red photons (wavelength 656 nm) occur?Please show all the work, it is much appreciated!
If a diffraction grating produces a third-order bright spot for red light of wavelength 700 nm, at 65° from the central maximum at what angle will the second order bright spot be for violet light of wavelength 400 nm? How many lines per mm on this grating? If a diffraction grating produces a third-order bright spot for red light of wavelength 700 nm, at 65° from the central maximum at what angle will the second order bright spot be for...
m) in the second-order 3. (10 points) in a particular diffraction grating pattern the red component (700 maximum is deviated at an angle of 26 a) How many lines per centimeter does the rating have? If yo hed fy DIE - b) If the grating is illuminated with white light, how many maxima of the complete visible spectrum would be produced? White light ranges from 700 nm to 400 nm
A diffraction grating 2.5 cm wide produces a deviation of 42◦ in the second order peak with light of 550 nm wavelength. (a) What is the total number of lines on the grating? (b) If a screen is located at 1.8 m from the grating, where is the position of the first order maximum for that same wavelength? (c) For which wavelength the third order maximum overlaps with the second order maximum of 550 nm wavelength?
Light of wavelength 590 nm illuminates a diffraction grating. The second-order maximum is at angle 40.5 How many lines per millimeter does this grating have?
Light of wavelength 600 nm illuminates a diffraction grating. The second-order maximum is at angle 38.7 ∘. How many lines per millimeter does this grating have?
Intense white light is incident on a diffraction grating that has 460 lines/mm. (a) What is the highest order in which the complete visible spectrum can be seen with this grating? (Enter 1 for first order, 2 for second order, etc.) (b) What is the angular separation between the violet edge (400 nm) and the red edge (700 nm) of the first order spectrum produced by the grating?
In a diffraction experiment, light of 600.nm wavelength produces a first-order maximum 0.350 mm from the central maximum on a distant screen. A second monochromatic source produces a third-order maximum 0.870 mm from the central maximum when it passes through the same diffraction grating. What is the wavelength of the light from the second source?
ASAP PLEASE The spacing of ruled lines on a diffraction grating is 1,845 nm. The grating is illuminated at normal incidence with a parallel beam of white light in the 395.5 nm to 700 nm wavelength band. The angular width of the gap between the first order spectrum and the second order spectrum is closest to (in degree):