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(II) How thick (minimum) should the air layer be between

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Problem 45P

(II) How thick (minimum) should the air layer be between two flat glass surfaces if the glass is to appear bright when 450-nm light is incident normally? What if the glass is to appear dark?

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In order for the glass to be bright with the wavelength of 450nm light, what must be the thickness of the air layer between two glasses?

We are looking for the thickness of the air for the first order bright fringe of air wedge as in the figure.

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If the air layer between two glasses is 112,5nm, 450nm wavelength of wave is reflected from the surface. And surface is seen completely bright.

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Chapter 24, Problem 45P is Solved
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Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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