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The wavelength of an incident light can be determined based on its diffraction pattern.
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Physical Optics: Polarization, Diffraction and Interference - Example 7
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Solving problems involving destructive interference using the equation dsinÎ¸ = Â± (m + 1/2) Î»
SCI.PHY.663 (Diffraction - Physics)
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