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F.Sc ICS Notes: Physics XI: Chapter 9 Physical Optics Numerical Problems

F.Sc ICS Notes: Physics XI: Chapter 9 Physical Optics Numerical Problems

Numerical Problem 9.1: Light of wavelength 546nm is allowed to illuminate the slits of Young's experiment. The separation between the slits is 0.10 mm and the distance of the screen form the slits where interference effects are observed is 20 cm. At what angle the first minimum will fall? What will be the linear distance on the screen between adjacent maxima?
Numerical Problem 9.2: Calculate the wavelength of light illuminates two, slits 0.5mm apart and produces an interference pattern on a screen placed 200 cm away from the slits. The first bright fringe is observed at distance of 2.4 mm from the central bright image.
F.Sc ICS Notes: Physics XI: Chapter 9 Physical Optics Numerical Problems Asad Hussain
Numerical Problem 9.3: In a double slit experiment the second order maximum occurs at an angle of 0.25 degree. The wavelength is 650 nm. Determine the slit separation.
Numerical Problem 9.4: A monochromatic light of wavelength 588nm is allowed to fall on the half silvered plate G1, in the Michelson interferometer. If mirror M1 is moved through 0.233mm, how many fringes will be observed to shift?
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Numerical Problem 9.5: A second order spectrum is formed at an angle of 38 degree when light falls normally on a diffraction grating having 5400 lines per centimeter.Determine wavelength of the light used.
Numerical Problem 9.6: A light is incident normally on a grating, which has 2500  lines per centimeter. Compute the enslavement of a spectral line for which the deviation in second order is 15 degree.
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Numerical Problem 9.7: Sodium light of wavelength 589 nm is incident normally on a grating having 3000 lines per centimeter. What is the highest order of the spectrum obtained with this grating?
Numerical Problem 9.8: Blue light of wavelength 480 nm illuminates a diffraction grating. The second order image is formed at an angle of 30 degree from the central image. How many lines in a centimeter of the grating have been ruled?
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Numerical Problem 9.9: X-rays of wavelength 0.15nm are observed to undergo a first order reflection at a Bragg angle of 13.3 degree from a quartz (SiO2) crystal. What is the interplanar spacing of the reflecting planes in the crystal?
Numerical Problem 9.10: X-ray beam of wavelength undergoes a first order reflection from a crystal when its angle of incident to a crystal face is 26.5 degree, and an X-ray beam of wavelength 0.197nm undergoes a third order reflection when its angle of incidence to that face is 60 degree. Assuming that the two beams reflect from the same family of planes, calculate (a) the interplanar spacing of the planes and (b) wavelength.
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