Question

In a Young's double-slit experiment, light of wavelength
*?* is sent through the slits. The intensity *I* at
angle *?*_{0} from the central bright fringe is
lower than the maximum intensity *I*_{max} on the
screen. Find an expression for the spacing between the slits in
terms of *?*, *?*_{0}, *I*, and
*I*_{max}.

d=______________________-

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