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Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: PHYS 411. Constructive interference in thin films can create strong reflection of light in a range of wavelengths, which can be narrow or broad depending on the design of the coating. From particle physics to biophysics, the branches of this subject offer exciting... Throughout this problem. and the width of the film. we have shown only the ones that pass through the center of the lens. how many times longer or shorter must the exposure be in order to make a properly developed picture. (a) Draw a ray diagram. in terms of the focal length.e.

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