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Posted by Alex on Monday, October 4, 2010 at 12:25am.

Monochromatic light strikes a diffraction grating at normal incidence before illuminating a screen 1.81 m away. If the first-order maxima are separated by 1.40 m on the screen, what is the distance between the two second-order maxima?

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