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what does "b" represent in the equation when we consider a pair of very thin slits?

In our lab, we use the parameter "b," as in the equation mλ = bsin(θ_m), to represent different quantities for different optical components. What does "b" represent when we consider a pair of very thin slits?

a) the separation between the pair of slits

b) the wavelength of the Helium-Neon laser

c) the separation between the pair of slits and the screen

d) the width of each slit

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
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    a) the separation between the pair of slits

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