(a) Interpretation: Wavelength of the sodium beamline in diamond and the wavelength of a ruby laser in Plexiglas should be calculated. Concept introduction: For electromagnetic radiation, v i = ν λ i Where, v i = velocity of the radiation in a given medium, i ν = frequency of the radiation λ i = wavelength of the radiation in the given medium, i For any electromagnetic radiation, ν is independent of the medium, whereas v i and λ i depend on the medium . Refractive index of a medium ( n i )is defined as the ratio between the velocities of a radiation in vacuum (c) and in that medium ( v i ), n i = c v i c = 3.00 × 10 8 m/s

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Chapter 6, Problem 6.11QAP
Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

Wavelength of the sodium beamline in diamond and the wavelength of a ruby laser in Plexiglas should be calculated.

Concept introduction:

For electromagnetic radiation,

vi=νλiWhere,vi= velocity of the radiation in a given medium, iν= frequency of the radiationλi= wavelength of the radiation in the given medium, iFor any electromagnetic radiation,ν is independent of the medium, whereas vi and λi depend on the medium.

Refractive index of a medium ( ni )is defined as the ratio between the velocities of a radiation in vacuum (c) and in that medium ( vi ),

ni=cvi

c=3.00×108 m/s

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

The wavelength of a ruby laser in Plexiglas should be calculated.

Concept introduction:

For electromagnetic radiation,

vi=νλiWhere,vi= velocity of the radiation in a given medium, iν= frequency of the radiationλi= wavelength of the radiation in the given medium, iFor any electromagnetic radiation,ν is independent of the medium, whereas vi and λi depend on the medium.

Refractive index of a medium ( ni ) is defined as the ratio between the velocities of a radiation in vacuum (c) and in that medium ( vi ),

ni=cvi

c=3.00×108 m/s

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