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Nitin meel Asked a Question
July 25, 2020 6:55 pmpts 30 pts
What happens when a monochromatic light is replaced by a source of white light in a Young double-slit experiment?
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  • Ruby negi thankyou
    when monochromatic light is replaced by a white light then we get coloured fringes in which center fringe is white.. and then a VIBGYOR colours appear after white,..
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  • Ruby negi
    White light consists of waves of inumerable wavelengths starting from violet to red colour. Therefore if monochromatic light in Young's interference experiment is replaced by white...
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    Ruby negi
    see this.. for further discussion, do let me know..
  • Ruby negi
    then we get coloured fringes..
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    Nitin meel
    please explain more about the obtained fringes
  • Somnath
    White light consists of waves of wavelengths starting from violet to red colour. Therefore if monochromatic light in Young’s interference experiment is replaced by white light, the...
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  • Ruby negi
    this kind of figure u obtain....
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