ConstAfter a laser beam passes through two thin parallel slits, the firstcompletely dark fringes occur at ±17.0° with the original directionPart Aof the beam, as viewed on a screen far from the slits.What is the ratio of the distance between the slits to the wavelength of the light illuminating the slits?Ηνα ΑΣφPrevious AnswersRequest AnswerSubmitX Incorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remainingThe correct answer does not depend on: R.Part BWhat is the smallest positive angle, relative to the original direction of the laser beam, at which the intensity of the light isthe maximum intensity on the screen?πνα ΑΣφA=Request AnswerSubmit

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After a laser beam passes through two thin parallel slits, the first
completely dark fringes occur at ±17.0° with the original direction
Part A
of the beam, as viewed on a screen far from the slits.
What is the ratio of the distance between the slits to the wavelength of the light illuminating the slits?
Ηνα ΑΣφ
Previous Answers
Request Answer
Submit
X Incorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remaining
The correct answer does not depend on: R.
Part B
What is the smallest positive angle, relative to the original direction of the laser beam, at which the intensity of the light is
the maximum intensity on the screen?
πνα ΑΣφ
A=
Request Answer
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Const After a laser beam passes through two thin parallel slits, the first completely dark fringes occur at ±17.0° with the original direction Part A of the beam, as viewed on a screen far from the slits. What is the ratio of the distance between the slits to the wavelength of the light illuminating the slits? Ηνα ΑΣφ Previous Answers Request Answer Submit X Incorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remaining The correct answer does not depend on: R. Part B What is the smallest positive angle, relative to the original direction of the laser beam, at which the intensity of the light is the maximum intensity on the screen? πνα ΑΣφ A= Request Answer Submit

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(A) Write the condition for destructive interference

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d sin e

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Substitute the values

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d sin (17.0°) 1 2 sin (17.0°) =1.71 ||

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(B) Write the relation between the maximum in...

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I = I, cos 27 sin e sin e cos 27 sin e = cos

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