Red/blue are used to represent long/short wavelength for illustrative purpose only. The numerical values of the wavelength in this simulation do not in fact match with the actual wavelength of visible light.

The intensity graph is normalized so the peak intensity is always the same (in reality, as the number of slits increases, the peak intensity increases as well).

Calculations will appear here.

Control: Drag the screen to change its position.

Red/blue are used to represent long/short wavelength for illustrative purpose only. The numerical values of the wavelength in this simulation do not in fact match with the actual wavelength of visible light.

The intensity graph is normalized so the peak intensity is always the same (in reality, as the number of slits increases, the peak intensity increases as well).

Calculations will appear here.

Red/blue are used to represent long/short wavelength for illustrative purpose only. The numerical values of the wavelength in this simulation do not in fact match with the actual wavelength of visible light.

Calculations will appear here.

Calculations will appear here.