﻿ In a Young’s double-slit experiment, the separation between the slits is d, distance between the slit and screen is D(D >> d). In the interference pattern, there is a maxima exactly in front of each slit. Then, the possible wavelength(s) used in the experiment are   : Kaysons Education

# In A Young’s Double-slit Experiment, The Separation Between The Slits Is d, Distance Between The Slit And Screen Is D(D >> d). In The Interference Pattern, There Is A Maxima Exactly In Front Of Each Slit. Then, The Possible Wavelength(s) Used In The Experiment Are

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