Young's Double Slit separation Watch

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Can some1 help me answer this question?

In a young's double slit experiment, green monochromatic light of wavelength 0.50 micrometres was used. Five fringes were found to occupy a distance of 4 mm on the screen. Calculate the fringe separation of the green light.

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Do you have the separation of the slits that emit the light?


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