The diameter of the dark interference ring number 10 in Newton's experiment with ...

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by sofianets, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. sofianets

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    The diameter of the dark interference ring number 10 in Newton's experiment with a spherical surface of radius R is found to be 4.8mm . Find the radius of spherical surface if wave lenght of the used light is λ=633 nm.
     
  2. WBahn

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    What is it that you are expecting from us? To just work your homework for you with no effort on your part? Would you like us to submit it for you as well?

    This is the Homework Help forum, not the Homwork Done For You forum.

    You need to show us some level of effort on your part and then you need to ask questions that you think will help you take the next step in moving toward a solution. It is YOUR homework and you will only learn from it if YOU do the lion's share of it.
     
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  3. sofianets

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    That's not like homework it's from my project i'm trying to get some information,ideas etc.
    im just asking do u have any idea? if you havent why you're sending message to all my subject and why you are making spam.. Need more post? if you need you can go to kindergarden.. here isn't ...

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