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Q1. A laser of wavelength 760 nm is incident on N slits separated by 0.125 mm. What is the

width of the principle maxima on a screen 2m away if N=25?

A) 0.397 mm

B) 0.792 mm

C) 0.973 mm

Q2. Light interfering from 10 equally spaced slits initially illuminates a screen. Now we

double the number of slits, keeping the spacing constant. What happens to the net power on

the screen?

A) stays the same

B) doubles

C) increases by 4

Q3. The speed of sound in air is a bit over 300 m/s, and the speed of light in air is about

300,000,000 m/s. Suppose that we make a sound wave and a light wave that both have a

wavelength of 3 meters. What is the ratio of the frequency of the light wave to that of the

sound wave?

A) About 1,000,000

B) About 0.000001

C) About 1000

Q4. A harmonic wave moving in the positive x direction can be described by the equation

y(x,t) = A cos ( kx - wt ).Which of the following equations describes a harmonic wave

moving in the negative x direction?

A) y(x,t) = A sin (kx - wt)

B) y(x,t) = A cos (kx + wt)

C) y(x,t) = A cos (-kx + wt)

Q5. A laser of wavelength 760 nm is incident on N slits separated by 0.125 mm. What is the

total number of maxima can be observed on a screen 2m away?

A) 328

B) 329

C) 330

Q6. Assuming we fully illuminate the grating from the previous problem (d = 2.5 mm),

taking the Na line of 589 nm. How many interference orders can be seen with this grating?

A) 3

B) 4

C) 5

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Q7. Suppose that when we pass red light ( = 600 nm) through a slit of width a, the width of

the spot (the distance between the first zeros on each side of the bright peak) is W = 1 cm on

a screen that is L = 2m behind the slit. How wide is the slit?

A) 0.24 mm

B) 0.34 mm

C) 0.44 mm

Q8. When light of wavelength l = 400 nm shines on a piece of lithium, the stopping voltage

of the electrons is Vstop = 0.21 V. What is the maximum wavelength that can cause the

photoelectric effect in lithium?

A) 329 nm

B) 429 nm

C) 529 nm

Q9. Pulse 2 has four times the peak intensity of pulse 1, i.e., I2 = 4 I1. What is the minimum

intensity, Imin?

A) 0

B) I1

C) 3 I1

Q10 Assuming we fully illuminate the grating from the previous problem (d = 2.5 mm), how

big must it be to resolve the Na lines (589 nm, 589.6 nm)?

A) 3.30 mm

B) 2.30 mm

C) 1.30 mm

Problems:

1. Do interference effects occur for sound waves?

2. Why the diffraction of sound waves more evident in daily experience than that of

light waves?

3. Discuss this statement:A diffraction grating can just as well be called an

interference grating

4. How does the photon differ from a material particle?

5. Is energy quantized in classical physics?

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