## < ⎙ 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

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
Phase Difference
Phase Difference=(2*pi*Path Difference)/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
Logarithm of a Number
Logarithm of a Number=log10(Number) 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
Phase difference of destructive interference
Phase Difference=(2*Number+1)*pi GO
Phase difference of constructive interference
Phase Difference=2*pi*Number GO
Factorial of a Number
Factorial Of Number=Number! GO

## < ⎙ 1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Thin-film destructive interference in transmitted light
Destructive Interference=(Number A+1/2)*Wavelength GO

### Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light Formula

Destructive Interference=Number*Wavelength
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Interference of waves of two intensities GO
Intensity of constructive interference GO
Intensity of destructive interference GO
Resultant intensity of coherent sources GO
Path difference in Young's double-slit experiment GO
Path difference in Young's double-slit experiment GO
Fringe Width GO
Path difference for constructive interference in Young’s double-slit experiment GO
Path difference in YDSE when λ is given GO
Distance from center to a light source for constructive interference in YDSE GO
Path difference for minima in Young’s double-slit experiment GO
Path difference for minima in Young’s double-slit experiment GO
Distance from center to a light source for destructive interference in YDSE GO
Distance from center to a light source for destructive interference in YDSE GO
Resultant intensity on-screen of Young's double-slit experiment GO
Resultant intensity on-screen of YDSE when intensities are different GO
Optical path difference GO
Optical path difference when fringe width is given GO
Thin-film constructive interference in reflected light GO
Thin-film constructive interference in transmitted light GO
Thin-film destructive interference in transmitted light GO

## What is thin-film interference ?

Thin-film interference is the phenomenon that is a result of lightwave being reflected off two surfaces that are at a distance comparable to its wavelength. When light waves that reflect off the top and bottom surfaces interfere with one another we see different colored patterns. During this, the light reaches the boundary between two media, and part of it gets reflected and some part gets transmitted. When the second medium is a thin film, there are two reflections occurring close together at the top and bottom boundary surfaces of the thin film. Thus, there are two waves emerging from a thin film – one wave reflected off the top surface of the film and the other reflected off the bottom surface.

## How to Calculate Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light?

Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light calculator uses Destructive Interference=Number*Wavelength to calculate the Destructive Interference, Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light is formed when a plane wave (parallel rays) is incident normally on a thin film of uniform thickness d then waves reflected from the upper surface interfere with the waves reflected from the lower surface. Destructive Interference and is denoted by Id symbol.

How to calculate Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light, enter Number (n) and Wavelength (λ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4 = 2*2.

### FAQ

What is Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light?
Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light is formed when a plane wave (parallel rays) is incident normally on a thin film of uniform thickness d then waves reflected from the upper surface interfere with the waves reflected from the lower surface and is represented as Id=n*λ or Destructive Interference=Number*Wavelength. A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label 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 Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light?
Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light is formed when a plane wave (parallel rays) is incident normally on a thin film of uniform thickness d then waves reflected from the upper surface interfere with the waves reflected from the lower surface is calculated using Destructive Interference=Number*Wavelength. To calculate Thin-film destructive interference in reflected light, you need Number (n) and Wavelength (λ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number 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 Destructive Interference?
In this formula, Destructive Interference uses Number and Wavelength. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Destructive Interference=(Number A+1/2)*Wavelength
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