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Distance from center to a light source for destructive interference in YDSE
Distance from center to the light source=((2*Number-1)*Wavelength*Distance between slits and screen)/(2*Distance between two coherent sources) GO
Distance from center to a light source for constructive interference in YDSE
Distance from center to the light source=(Number*Wavelength*Distance between slits and screen)/Distance between two coherent sources GO
Fringe Width
Fringe Width=(Wavelength*Distance between slits and screen)/Distance between two coherent sources GO
Optical path difference when fringe width is given
Optical path difference=(Refractive Index-1)*Thickness*Fringe Width/Wavelength GO
Distance from center to a light source for destructive interference in YDSE
Distance from center to the light source=(2*Number+1)*Wavelength/2 GO
Phase Difference
Phase Difference=(2*pi*Path Difference)/Wavelength GO
Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light
Destructive Interference=Number*Wavelength GO
Path difference for minima in Young’s double-slit experiment
Path Difference=(2*Number-1)*Wavelength/2 GO
Path difference for minima in Young’s double-slit experiment
Path Difference=(2*Number+1)*Wavelength/2 GO
Path difference of two progressive wave
Path Difference=(2*pi)/Wavelength GO
Path difference in YDSE when λ is given
Path Difference=Number*Wavelength GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Mechanical Power
Theta=acos((Mechanical Power+(3*Armature Current*Armature Current*Armature resistance))/((3^(1/2))*Load current*Load Voltage )) GO
Angle between orbital angular momentum and z-axis
Theta=acos(Magnetic quantum number/(sqrt(Azimuthal Quantum Number*(Azimuthal Quantum Number+1)))) GO
Angle between angular momentum and momentum along z-axis
Theta=acos(Angular momentum along z_axis/quantization of angular momentum) GO
Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Input Power
Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)) GO
Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power
Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)) GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in position is given
Theta=asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position) GO
Arc Angle from Arc length and Radius
Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180) GO
Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals
Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2 GO

Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given Formula

Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP]))
ϑ=asin((Δp*λ)/(2*[hP]))
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What is Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle?

Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle states that ' It is impossible to determine simultaneously, the exact position as well as momentum of an electron'. It is mathematically possible to express the uncertainty that, Heisenberg concluded, always exists if one attempts to measure the momentum and position of particles. First, we must define the variable “x” as the position of the particle, and define “p” as the momentum of the particle.

Is Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle noticeable in All Matter Waves?

Heisenberg’s principle is applicable to all matter waves. The measurement error of any two conjugate properties, whose dimensions happen to be joule sec, like position-momentum, time-energy will be guided by the Heisenberg’s value. But, it will be noticeable and of significance only for small particles like an electron with very low mass. A bigger particle with heavy mass will show the error to be very small and negligible.

How to Calculate Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given?

Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given calculator uses Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP])) to calculate the Theta, The Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common end point. Theta and is denoted by ϑ symbol.

How to calculate Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given, enter Uncertainty in momentum (Δp) and Wavelength (λ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> NaN = asin((100*2)/(2*[hP])).

FAQ

What is Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given?
The Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common end point and is represented as ϑ=asin((Δp*λ)/(2*[hP])) or Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP])). Uncertainty in momentum is the accuracy of the momentum of particle and Wavelength is the distance between identical points (adjacent crests) in the adjacent cycles of a waveform signal propagated in space or along a wire.
How to calculate Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given?
The Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common end point is calculated using Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP])). To calculate Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given, you need Uncertainty in momentum (Δp) and Wavelength (λ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Uncertainty in momentum and Wavelength and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Theta?
In this formula, Theta uses Uncertainty in momentum and Wavelength. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2
  • Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180)
  • Theta=asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position)
  • Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current))
  • Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current))
  • Theta=acos((Mechanical Power+(3*Armature Current*Armature Current*Armature resistance))/((3^(1/2))*Load current*Load Voltage ))
  • Theta=acos(Magnetic quantum number/(sqrt(Azimuthal Quantum Number*(Azimuthal Quantum Number+1))))
  • Theta=acos(Angular momentum along z_axis/quantization of angular momentum)
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