Thank you very much:) I prefer your way haha
If you're a yahoo question answerer, you can copy and paste that answer to the same question that I asked 3 times (no one wanted to answer) and I will give you best answer for each one:)
Here is the links to the same question...
A person suffering from Hypothermia has a sodium ion concentration in the blood of 0.114 M and a total blood volume of 5.1 L. What mass of sodium chloride needs to be added to the blood to bring sodium ion concentration up to 0.139 M? (assuming no change in blood volume)...
To get the other 2 values of theta, for n2
I just assumed the distance from n0 to n2 was twice the distance of n0 to n1
So I used the same equation you put in:
θn = tan-1(xn/D).
But doubled the value for x for n2, and tripled value for n3
That's how calculated the other 2 angles...
So you're saying....that the distance between "n0" and "n1" is not the quite equal to the distance between "n1" and "n2"???:bugeye:
So basically the distances between each bright spot are not exactly equal?
Would this explain why the wavelength is slowly declining in length as you go up in "n"...
I'll explain the method 1st:
-Laser was pointed at a metre stick (standing sideways)
-Diffraction grating was placed in front of the laser
-The distance "D" from the metre stick to diffraction grating was measured.
-distance between the bright spots (x) shining onto the meter stick was measured...
Hi, I'm doing a experiment/report on this topic, I'm trying to get a better understanding of the equation "nλ = dsinθ"
ALL length measurements are in meters for simplicity's sake.
n = bright spot number from the central bright spot (n0)
d = distance between slits
The angle "θ" and distance...
I've asked this question about 4 times on yahoo but no one seems to have the brains to answer it!
Looking at the diagram:
Just trying to get a better understand of "λ = asin Ѳ"
I've marked what I think is the wavelength...can someone please advise? as I'm trying to get a report done...