Question

How many dark fringes will be produced on either side of the
central maximum if light with a wavelength of λ = 651 nm is
incident on a single slit that is 5.47 × 10^{−6} m
wide?

Please show work and equations used to help me understand how to get to the correct answer (posted below)

Answer: 16

Answer #1

my answer comes out to be 8 instead of 16.

How many dark fringes will be produced on either side of the
central maximum if light ( = 682 nm) is incident on a single slit
that is 5.11 × 10-6 m wide?

What is the maximum number of dark fringes that will be produced
on both sides of the central maximum if light (? = 640 nm) is
incident on a single slit that is 5.09 × 10-6 m wide?(The 3% margin
of error does not apply for this question)

At most, how many bright fringes can be formed on either side of
the central bright fringe when light of wavelength 557 nm falls on
a double slit whose slit separation is 3.36 × 10-6
m?

At most, how many bright fringes can be formed on either side of
the central bright fringe when light of wavelength 619 nm falls on
a double slit whose slit separation is 3.08 × 10-6 m?

Blue light is incident on a single slit that is .075 mm wide.
The nearest dark bands on either side of the central max are 0.72 o
apart. What is the wavelength of the blue light?

A diffraction pattern incident on a screen that is 5.1 m away is
produced using light that passes through a single-slit of width 590
um. The central maximum is 1.4 cm wide. If the single-slit is
replaced with a double-slit with a slit separation of 0.40 mm and
the same light is used, what would be the distance from the central
maximum to a fifth dark fringe?

a)How many bright interference fringes appear between the first
diffraction minima to either side of the central maximum if the
light is 550 nm, d = 0.15 mm, and a = 0.003 mm?
b)What is the ratio of the intensity of the 3rd bright
interference fringe to the intensity of the central fringe? Answer:
0.255
Please carefully write all steps in a clear manner.

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

24.23: When blue light of wavelength 470 nm falls on a single
slit, the first dark bands on either side of center are separated
by 55.0 ∘. A) Determine the width of the slit.

Constants
Laser light of wavelength 632.8 nm falls normally on a slit that
is 0.0260 mm wide. The transmitted light is viewed on a distant
screen where the intensity at the center of the central bright
fringe is 8.40 W/m^2.
Part A
Find the maximum number of totally dark fringes on the screen,
assuming the screen is large enough to show them all.
m_max =
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Part B
At what angle does the dark fringe that is most...

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