Diffraction
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$$\frac{I(\theta)}{I_0}=\left(\frac{\sin(u)}{u}\right)^2\cdot \left(\frac{\sin(Nv)}{\sin(v)}\right)^2 \\ u=\pi b\sin(\theta)/\lambda \\ v=\pi d\sin(\theta)/\lambda$$Latex Code
\frac{I(\theta)}{I_0}=\left(\frac{\sin(u)}{u}\right)^2\cdot \left(\frac{\sin(Nv)}{\sin(v)}\right)^2 \\ u=\pi b\sin(\theta)/\lambda \\ v=\pi d\sin(\theta)/\lambda
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\frac{I(\theta)}{I_0}=\left(\frac{\sin(u)}{u}\right)^2\cdot \left(\frac{\sin(Nv)}{\sin(v)}\right)^2 \\ u=\pi b\sin(\theta)/\lambda \\ v=\pi d\sin(\theta)/\lambda
Explanation
A light ray passing through a prism is refracted twice and aquires a deviation from its original direction.
 : is the number of slits
 : is the width of a slit
 : is distance between the slits
 : is the maxima in intensity
 : The diffraction through a spherical aperture with radius \alpha
 : The diffraction pattern of a rectangular aperture at distance R with length \alpha in the x direction and b in the ydirection
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