Question

Consider the following.

(a) Find the angle θ locating the first minimum in the Fraunhofer diffraction pattern of a single slit of width 0.184 mm, using light of wavelength 495 nm.

(b) Find the angle locating the second minimum.

Answer #1

The distance between the first and fifth minima of a single-slit
diffraction pattern is 0.400 mm with the screen 43.0 cm away from
the slit, when light of wavelength 530 nm is used.
(a) Find the slit width. (b)
Calculate the angle θ of the first diffraction
minimum.

A. A diffraction grating has 2400 lines per centimeter. At what
angle in degrees will the first-order maximum be for 522 nm
wavelength light?
B. What is the wavelength of light (in nanometers) falling on
double slits separated by 2.34 μm if the third-order maximum is at
an angle of 62.5º?
C. At what angle, in degrees, is the second minimum for 555 nm
light falling on a single slit of width 2.35 μm ?
D. Find the distance between...

A.
Part 1A. Light of wavelength 640 nm is incident on a long narrow
slit. Find the angle of the first diffraction minimum if the width
of the slit is 1.5 mm. Answer in units of mrad.
Part 2A. Find the angle of the first diffraction minimum if the
width of the slit is 0.15 mm. Answer in units of mrad.
B.
Part 1B. Monochromatic light from a helium-neon laser
(wavelength 613.1 nm) is incident normally on a diffraction grating...

Consider the first order diffraction of 550 nm light from a 600
line/mm grating in a 0.35 meter focal length monochromator.
a) If the incident light is normal to the grating surface, what
is the angle of the diffracted light?
b) What is the dispersion at the exit slit? If the grating has a
width of 15 cm, what is the diffraction limited resolution (in nm)
of the monochromator at 550 nm?
c) What slit width does this correspond to?...

Light of wavelength 540 nm is incident on a long, narrow slit.
Find the angle of the first diffraction minimum for each of the
following widths of the slit.
(a) 1 mm
________ rad
(b) 0.1 mm
________ rad
(c) 0.01 mm
________ rad

The second-order dark fringe in a single-slit diffraction
pattern is 1.40 mm from the center of the central maximum. Assuming
the screen is 89.2 cm from a slit of width 0.660 mm and assuming
monochromatic incident light, calculate the wavelength of the
incident light.
nm

Light with a wavelength of 460 nm is incident on a single slit
with a slit width of 1.55 mm. A Single Slit Diffraction
Pattern is observed on a screen that is 1.55 m away from
the slit.
What is the angle for the 1st order
minimum?
What is the angle (in degrees - written as "deg") for
the 2nd order minimum?
How wide (in mm) is the Central
Maximum?
How wide (in mm) is the First
Maximum that is...

A. What is the minimum width of a single slit (in microns) that
will produce a first minimum for a wavelength 549 nm?
B. Find the wavelength of light in nanometers that
has its third minimum at an angle of 2.74º when it falls on a
single slit of width 54.8 μm .
C. How wide, microns, is a single slit that produces its first
minimum for 515 nm light at an angle of 21.2º?

Coherent light of wavelength 600 nm is incident on a narrow
slit. The diffraction pattern is observed on a screen that is 4.00
m from the slit. On the screen the width of the central maximum of
the diffraction pattern is 3.00 mm. What is the width of the slit?
answer is 1.6 mm

A single slit, 2000 nm wide, forms a diffraction pattern when
illuminated by monochromatic light of 520-nm wavelength. A. What is
the largest angle from the central maximum at which the intensity
of the light is zero? B. Find the angle at which the fourth minimum
of the pattern occurs away from the central maximum

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