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A double-slit experiment has slit spacing 0.12 mm. (a) What should be the slit-to-screen distance L if the bright fringes are to be 5.0 mm apart when the slits are illuminated with 633-nm laser light? (b) What will be the fringe spacing with 480-nm light?

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