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Which color of visible light would give the best

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Problem 17Q

Problem 17Q

Which color of visible light would give the best resolution in a microscope? Explain. 10-6 cm.

(I = 450 nm)

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It is not possible to resolve the details of objects smaller than the wavelength of the radiation being used. Therefore the best resolution in a microscope can be obtained for violet color as the wavelength of violet light is the least in the visible spectra.

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