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In particle physics, the first pieces of experimental evidence for physics beyond the Standard Model have begun to appear. Turn the disk so that the convex side of the mirror faces the opening, and repeat the appropriate observations as in Step 4. Double-slit diffraction of blue and red light example 1 Blue light has a shorter wavelength than red. m is an integer] Similarly. p. m is an integer] Here m equals 0 for the central maximum. [condition for a minimum. or λ sin θ = d m. 86 Chapter 5 Wave Optics. m is an integer plus 1/2] That is. this means that a diffracting object with smaller dimensions produces a bigger diffraction pattern. −1 for the first maximum to its left.

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