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A diffraction grating has 300 lines per mm. If light of wavelength 630 nm is sent through this grating, what is the highest order maximum that will appear? 2 5.3 5 8 6
Short Answer (6 points diffraction grating has 5150 lines diffraction per centimeter ruled on it. It is illuminated by a laser with wavelength 633 nm. The a) What is the angular separation between the first- and the third-order bright spots on the same side of the central maximum? pattern is observed on a very wide screen 2.0 meters behind the diffraction grating. b) How many bright spots would you observe on the screen?
Light with wavelength = 410nm passes through a diffraction grating that has 1000 lines per mm. What is the diffracted angle for a first order (m=1) beam? Show your work. For question 2, if the screen is 5.00cm from the slits, what is the lateral distance between the oth and 1st order bright spot on the screen? Show your work.
If the scientist uses a diffraction grating with 500 lines per mm and laser with a wavelength of 680 nm, what angle will a line from the grating to the second order bright spot make with the line from the grating to the central bright spot?
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 610 lines per mm is illuminated with light of wavelength 520 nm . A very wide viewing screen is 2.0 m behind the grating. Part A What is the distance between the two m=1 fringes? Express your answer in meters. ΔyΔ y = nothing m Request Answer Part B How many bright fringes can be seen on the screen? Express your answer as an integer.
A 480 lines/mm diffraction grating is illuminated by light of wavelength 510 nm . How many bright fringes are seen on a 4.0-m-wide screen located 2.1 m behind the grating?
Problem 17.21 - Enhanced - with Feedback A diffraction grating with 620 lines per mm is illuminated with light of wavelength 520 nm A very wide viewing screen is 2.0 m behind the grating Part A What is the distance between the two m=1 fringes? Express your answer in meters. ΡΙ ΑΣφ ? Ay = n Submit Request Answer Part B How many bright fringes can be seen on the screen? Express your answer as an integer. Η ΑΣφ fringe(s)
A laser beam of wavelength 750 nm shines through a diffraction grating that has 750 lines/mm and observed on a screen 1.4 m behind the grating. Part A How many bright fringes can be observed on a screen?
Monochromatic light shines on a diffraction grating with 8,600 lines uniformly distributed over 1.8 cm. The grating is illuminated using a laser of 630 nm wavelength. A diffraction pattern is formed on a screen located at 1.7 m away from the grating. (a) What is the angle of the first-order maximum of the 630-nm light incident upon the grating? (b) What is the separation on the screen between the first and the second order maxima? (c) What is the highest...