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# FSC 1st Year Physics Chapter 9 Exercise & Numericals Notes PDF

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## FSc Part 1 Physics Chapter 9 Physical optics Exercise & Numericals Notes PDF Download

#### Light of wavelength 546nm is allowed to illuminate the slits of Young’s experiment. The separation between the slits is 0.10nm and the distance of the screen from the slit where interference effects are observed is 20cm. at what angle the first minimum will fall? What will be the linear distance on the screen between adjacent maxima?

Data:
wavelength of light l = 546nm = 546 x 10-9
separation between slits = d = 0.10mm
= 0.01m/1000 = 0.10 x 103

Distance of screen from the slits = L = 20 cm = 20 x 10 2
Angle for first minimum = q = ?
fringes spacing = Dy = ?
calculation:

As we know the formula for minima

d sinq = (m +1/2) x l

for 1st minimum  m = 0
d sinq =l/2
sinq = l/2d
putting the value we get
sinq = 546 x10-9/ 2 x 0.10 x 10-3
sinq =  0.00273
q = sin-1(0.00273)
q = 0.160
using the formula for fringe spacing
Dy =Ll/d
by putting value we get
Dy= 20 x 102 x 546 x109/0.10 x 10-3
Dy= 1.1mm (Ans)

A light is incident normally on a grating which has 2500 lines per centimetre. Compute the wavelength of a spectral line for which the deviation in second order is 15.00

Data
number of line on grating = N = 2500lines/cm
d = 1/N = 1/2500 = 4 x 10-4 lines/m
For second-order = n = 2
angle of deviation = q = 15
wavelength of light = l = ?
Calculation:
d sinq = nl
l = dsinq/n
= 4×10-6 sin(15)/2
l = 518nm