The Monochromatic Light Wavelength Calculator will calculate the:
Monochromatic Light Wavelength Calculator Limitations: Incidence and refractive media are considered as uniform.
|The wavelength of monochromatic light passing through a single slit using the conditions of interference is m|
|The wavelength of monochromatic light through Young Double-Slit Experiment is m|
|The wavelength of monochromatic light using the diffraction grating tool is m|
|Wavelength of monochromatic light passing through a single slit calculations|
|λ1 = 2 × w × sinθ/2 × N - 1|
λ1 = 2 × × sin()/2 × - 1
λ1 = 2 × × /
λ1 = /
|Wavelength of monochromatic light passing through a double slit tool calculations|
|λ2 = a × y/N × D|
λ2 = × / ×
λ2 = /
|Wavelength of monochromatic light passing through the diffraction grating tool calculations|
|λ3 = sinθ/100 × P × N|
λ3 = sin()/100 × -1 ×
λ3 = /100 × ×
λ3 = /
|Wavelength Of Monochromatic Light Calculator Input Values|
|Width of the single slit (w) cm|
|Angle formed by the light ray to the horizontal direction (θ) °|
|Order of minimum or maximum observed on the screen (N)|
|Slits' separation in the double-slit tool (a) m|
|Distance from the screen (D) m|
|Vertical displacement of the Nth maximum from the central maximum (y) m|
|Diffraction grating tool parameter (P) cm-1|
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for the N-th minimum observed on the screen. =
These equations derive from the transformations of the equations used for the conditions of the N-th maximum
and N-th minimum
observed on the screen.
This formula derives by the combination of the two equations
Note: x is the separation between two adjacent similar fringes, i.e. the separation between two maxima or minima observed on the screen.
This formula is obtained by the combination of the formulae
Note: The separation a between two adjacent gratings must be expressed in metres; that's why P is multiplied by 100.
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