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Textbook Problem

If a beam of white light passes through a diffraction grating with vertical lines, the light is dispersed into rainbow colors on the right and left. If a glass prism disperses white light to the right into a rainbow, how does the sequence of colors compare with that produced on the right by a diffraction grating?

To determine

The comparison between the spectrum of colors obtained by dispersing light from a grating with that obtained from prism.

Explanation

Introduction:

Both diffraction grating and prism produce a spectrum of colors by dispersing light.

In the case of the grating, the angle of diffraction becomes smaller towards violet end of the spectrum than the red end of the spectrum. But in the case of the prism, when white light is dispersed into different colors, the angle of deviation is more for violet rays than for red light...

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