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Young�s double slit experiment is performed with 589 nm light and a distance of 2.00 m between the slits and the screen. The tenth interference minimum is observed 7.26 mm from the central maximum. Determine the spacing of the slits.
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I have question if m=0,1,2....9 then the tenth isnt 9? from 0?
Tutor: akch2002, Engineer replied 11 months ago

yes, we will have d = 9*589*10^-9*2/(7.26*10^-3)=1.46mm

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Don't you think that n=0 for central line; n=1 for 1st line and so on. Hence, n =10 should be for 10th line.

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is it done all? did you see the attachment? it is 6 exercices
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