Double Slit Experiment#

A double slit experiment with 315nm light has a slit width of 113$$\mu$$m, and a slit separation of 384nm

Part 1#

Draw a diagram showing the widths of the two slits and their separation.

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Part 2#

If the screen is 10m away, find the location of the edge of the central maximum from the centre of the single slit diffraction pattern, assuming the small angle approximation is valid.

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Part 3#

When observing a double-slit pattern, you would notice a bright line at a specific location. However, in the single-slit pattern, destructive interference occurs due to the width of each slit. Given this information, at the same location, the resulting pattern will be;

• {â€˜valueâ€™: â€˜brightâ€™}

• {â€˜valueâ€™: â€˜darkâ€™}

• {â€˜valueâ€™: â€˜no pattern appearsâ€™}

Part 4#

Is there a bright line of the double slit pattern that coincides with the underlying single slit patternâ€™s first minimum? If so, at what diffraction order, $$m$$ does this occur?

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Part 5#

Draw the combined double slit single slit pattern for $$m$$ = -8 to $$m$$ = 8.

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