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ISBN: 9781938168185 2032

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Problem 72

A microscope slide 10 cm long is separated from a glass plate at one end by a sheet of paper. As shown below, the other end of the slide is in contact with the plate. The slide is illuminated from above by light from a sodium lamp $$(\lambda=589 \mathrm{~nm})$$, and 14 fringes per centimeter are seen along the slide. What is the thickness of the piece of paper?

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lambda=589 nm

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