Posted by **Ashley** on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 7:24pm.

Two parallel slits are illuminated by light composed of two wavelengths. One wavelength is λA = 553nm. The other wavelength is λB and is unknown. On a viewing screen, the light with wavelength λA = 553nm produces its third-order bright fringe at the same place where the light with wavelength λB produces its fourth dark fringe. The fringes are counted relative to the central or zeroth-order bright fringe. What is the unknown wavelength?

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