In the single-slit diffraction experiment of Figure, let the wav

In the single-slit diffraction experiment of Figure, let the wavelength of the light be 500 nm, the slit width be 6.00 µmand the viewing screen be at distance = 3.00 m. Let a axis extend upward along the viewing screen, with its origin at the center of the diffraction pattern. Also let Ip represent the intensity of the diffracted light at point at = 15.0 cm.

(a) What is the ratio of Ip to the intensity Im at the center of the pattern?

(b) Determine where point is in the diffraction pattern by giving the maximum and minimum between which it lies, or the two minima between which it lies.

Totally destructive interference P1 a/2 Po Central axis a/2 Viewing screen Incident wave

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