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How does the width of the central region of a single-slit diffraction pattern change as the wavelength of the light increases?

Look at the formula on this.

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  1. d*sin(theta)=m(lamda)
    d=m(lamda)/sin(theta)
    so as lamda increases the central region increases its proportional

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