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For actual double slits (nonideal), there is interference from two single slits overlapped. In nondefinite terms, how would you find distance between the slits and the slit width given the length from the slits to the wall, wave length of the light, first minima length, and which maxima is missing?
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For actual double slits (nonideal), there is interference from two single slits overlapped. In nondefinite terms, how would you find distance between the slits and the slit width given the length from the slits to the wall, wave length of the light, first minima length, and which maxima is missing?

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