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A spectrometer uses a grating with
11600 lines/cm.
Find the angle at which red light, 632.3 nm, has the first-order bright band.
Answer in units of degrees.

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    Isn't there a formula for this?

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    Yes there is a formula for it. Don't you think that I would use it if i had it?
    I used it. It didn't work. That's why I'm here. Any more retarded questions?

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