 36.1: The distance between the first and fifth minima of a singleslit dif...
 36.2: What must be the ratio of the slit width to the wavelength for a si...
 36.3: A plane wave of wavelength 590 nm is incident on a slit with a widt...
 36.4: In conventional television, signals are broadcast from towers to ho...
 36.5: A single slit is illuminated by light of wavelengths la and lb, cho...
 36.6: Monochromatic light of wavelength 441 nm is incident on a narrow sl...
 36.7: Light of wavelength 633 nm is incident on a narrow slit. The angle ...
 36.8: Sound waves with frequency 3000 Hz and speed 343 m/s diffract throu...
 36.9: A slit 1.00 mm wide is illuminated by light of wavelength 589 nm. W...
 36.10: Manufacturers of wire (and other objects of small dimension) someti...
 36.11: A 0.10mmwide slit is illuminated by light of wavelength 589 nm. C...
 36.12: Figure 3638 gives a versus the sine of the angle u in a singlesli...
 36.13: Monochromatic light with wavelength 538 nm is incident on a slit wi...
 36.14: In the singleslit diffraction experiment of Fig.364,let the wavel...
 36.15: The full width at halfmaximum (FWHM) of a central diffraction maxi...
 36.16: Babinets principle. A monochromatic beam of parallel light is incid...
 36.17: (a) Show that the values of a at which intensity maxima for single...
 36.18: The wall of a large room is covered with acoustic tile in which sma...
 36.19: (a) How far from grains of red sand must you be to position yoursel...
 36.20: The radar system of a navy cruiser transmits at a wavelength of 1.6...
 36.21: Estimate the linear separation of two objects on Mars that can just...
 36.22: Assume that Rayleighs criterion gives the limit of resolution of an...
 36.23: The two headlights of an approaching automobile are 1.4 m apart. At...
 36.24: Entoptic halos. If someone looks at a bright outdoor lamp in otherw...
 36.25: Find the separation of two points on the Moons surface that can jus...
 36.26: The telescopes on some commercial surveillance satellites can resol...
 36.27: If Superman really had xray vision at 0.10 nm wavelength and a 4.0...
 36.28: The wings of tiger beetles (Fig. 3641) are colored by interference...
 36.29: (a) What is the angular separation of two stars if their images are...
 36.30: Floaters. The floaters you see when viewing a bright, featureless b...
 36.31: Millimeterwave radar generates a narrower beam than conventional m...
 36.32: (a) A circular diaphragm 60 cm in diameter oscillates at a frequenc...
 36.33: Nuclearpumped xray lasers are seen as a possible weapon to destro...
 36.34: A circular obstacle produces the same diffraction pattern as a circ...
 36.35: Suppose that the central diffraction envelope of a doubleslit diff...
 36.36: A beam of light of a single wavelength is incident perpendicularly ...
 36.37: In a doubleslit experiment, the slit separation d is 2.00 times th...
 36.38: In a certain twoslit interference pattern, 10 bright fringes lie w...
 36.39: Light of wavelength 440 nm passes through a double slit, yielding a...
 36.40: Figure 3645 gives the parameter b of Eq. 3620 versus the sine of ...
 36.41: In the twoslit interference experiment of Fig. 3510, the slit wid...
 36.42: (a) In a doubleslit experiment, what largest ratio of d to a cause...
 36.43: (a) How many bright fringes appear between the first diffractionen...
 36.44: Perhaps to confuse a predator, some tropical gyrinid beetles (whirl...
 36.45: A diffraction grating 20.0 mm wide has 6000 rulings. Light of wavel...
 36.46: Visible light is incident perpendicularly on a grating with 315 rul...
 36.47: A grating has 400 lines/mm. How many orders of the entire visible s...
 36.48: A diffraction grating is made up of slits of width 300 nm with sepa...
 36.49: Light of wavelength 600 nm is incident normally on a diffraction gr...
 36.50: With light from a gaseous discharge tube incident normally on a gra...
 36.51: A diffraction grating having 180 lines/mm is illuminated with a lig...
 36.52: A beam of light consisting of wavelengths from 460.0 nm to 640.0 nm...
 36.53: A grating has 350 rulings/mm and is illuminated at normal incidence...
 36.54: Derive this expression for the intensity pattern for a threeslit g...
 36.55: A source containing a mixture of hydrogen and deuterium atoms emits...
 36.56: (a) How many rulings must a 4.00cmwide diffraction grating have t...
 36.57: Light at wavelength 589 nm from a sodium lamp is incident perpendic...
 36.58: A grating has 600 rulings/mm and is 5.0 mm wide. (a) What is the sm...
 36.59: A diffraction grating with a width of 2.0 cm contains 1000 lines/cm...
 36.60: The D line in the spectrum of sodium is a doublet with wavelengths ...
 36.61: With a particular grating the sodium doublet (589.00 nm and 589.59 ...
 36.62: A diffraction grating illuminated by monochromatic light normal to ...
 36.63: Assume that the limits of the visible spectrum are arbitrarily chos...
 36.64: What is the smallest Bragg angle for x rays of wavelength 30 pm to ...
 36.65: An xray beam of wavelength A undergoes firstorder reflection (Bra...
 36.66: An xray beam of a certain wavelength is incident on an NaCl crysta...
 36.67: Figure 3646 is a graph of intensity versus angular position u for ...
 36.68: If firstorder reflection occurs in a crystal at Bragg angle 3.4, a...
 36.69: X rays of wavelength 0.12 nm are found to undergo secondorder refle...
 36.70: In Fig. 3647, firstorder reflection from the reflection planes sh...
 36.71: In Fig. 3648, let a beam of x rays of wavelength 0.125 nm be incid...
 36.72: In Fig. 3648, an xray beam of wavelengths from 95.0 to 140 pm is ...
 36.73: Consider a twodimensional square crystal structure, such as one si...
 36.74: An astronaut in a space shuttle claims she can just barely resolve ...
 36.75: Visible light is incident perpendicularly on a diffraction grating ...
 36.76: A beam of light consists of two wavelengths, 590.159 nm and 590.220...
 36.77: In a singleslit diffraction experiment, there is a minimum of inte...
 36.78: A doubleslit system with individual slit widths of 0.030 mm and a ...
 36.79: A diffraction grating has resolving power R ! lavg/2l ! Nm. (a) Sho...
 36.80: The pupil of a persons eye has a diameter of 5.00 mm. According to ...
 36.81: Light is incident on a grating at an angle c as shown in Fig. 3649...
 36.82: A grating with d ! 1.50 mm is illuminated at various angles of inci...
 36.83: In twoslit interference, if the slit separation is 14 mm and the s...
 36.84: In a twoslit interference pattern, what is the ratio of slit separ...
 36.85: A beam of light with a narrow wavelength range centered on 450 nm i...
 36.86: A beam of light with a narrow wavelength range centered on 450 nm i...
 36.87: Two yellow flowers are separated by 60 cm along a line perpendicula...
 36.88: In a singleslit diffraction experiment, what must be the ratio of ...
 36.89: A diffraction grating 3.00 cm wide produces the second order at 33....
 36.90: A singleslit diffraction experiment is set up with light of wavele...
 36.91: A diffraction grating has 8900 slits across 1.20 cm. If light with ...
 36.92: In an experiment to monitor the Moons surface with a light beam, pu...
 36.93: In June 1985, a laser beam was sent out from the Air Force Optical ...
 36.94: A diffraction grating 1.00 cm wide has 10 000 parallel slits. Monoc...
 36.95: If you double the width of a single slit, the intensity of the cent...
 36.96: When monochromatic light is incident on a slit 22.0 mm wide, the fi...
 36.97: A spy satellite orbiting at 160 km above Earths surface has a lens ...
 36.98: Suppose that two points are separated by 2.0 cm. If they are viewed...
 36.99: A diffraction grating has 200 lines/mm. Light consisting of a conti...
 36.100: A diffraction grating has 200 rulings/mm, and it produces an intens...
 36.101: Show that the dispersion of a grating is D ! (tan u)/l
 36.102: Monochromatic light (wavelength ! 450 nm) is incident perpendicular...
 36.103: Light containing a mixture of two wavelengths, 500 and 600 nm, is i...
 36.104: A beam of x rays with wavelengths ranging from 0.120 nm to 0.0700 n...
 36.105: Show that a grating made up of alternately transparent and opaque s...
 36.106: Light of wavelength 500 nm diffracts through a slit of width 2.00 m...
 36.107: If, in a twoslit interference pattern, there are 8 bright fringes ...
 36.108: White light (consisting of wavelengths from 400 nm to 700 nm) is no...
 36.109: If we make d ! a in Fig. 3650, the two slits coalesce into a singl...
 36.110: Derive Eq. 3628, the expression for the halfwidth of the lines in...
 36.111: Prove that it is not possible to determine both wavelength of incid...
 36.112: How many orders of the entire visible spectrum (400700 nm) can be p...
 36.113: An acoustic doubleslit system (of slit separation d and slit width...
 36.114: Two emission lines have wavelengths l and l ' 2l, respectively, whe...
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