﻿ Hypothesis: Part A If we split a laser beam by using a diffraction grating slide, then
, 08.06.2020 07:57, Giabear23

# Hypothesis: Part A If we split a laser beam by using a diffraction grating slide, then we can verify the by applying the formula λ​ = ds/l. 2) Part B If we split light into its individual wavelengths using a diffraction grating, then we can determine the by multiplying the spacing of the gradient lines (d) times the distance to the central maxima of the color band (s) divided by the length distance from the grating slide to the screen (l).​

### Other questions on the subject: Physics

Physics, 21.06.2019 20:30, 173899
Water at room temperature of 20.0°c is poured into an aluminum cylinder which has graduation markings etched on the inside. the reading in the graduations is 300.0 cc. the cylinder with the water in it is then immersed in a constant temperature bath at a temperature of 100°c. what is the reading for the level of water on the graduations of the cylinder after the water and the cylinder reach thermal equilibrium with the bath? the volume coefficient of expansion of water is 2.07 x 10^-4 k-1, and the linear coefficient of expansion of aluminum is 23.0 x 10^-6 k-1. a) 305.0 cc b) 304.0 cc c) 303.5 cc d) 303.3 cc e) 304.5 cc
Physics, 21.06.2019 20:30, milhai0627a
Asmall metal bar, whose initial temperature was 10° c, is dropped into a large container of boiling water. how long will it take the bar to reach 70° c if it is known that its temperature increases 2° during the first second? (the boiling temperature for water is 100° c. round your answer to one decimal place.) sec how long will it take the bar to reach 98° c? (round your answer to one decimal place.)