Determine amplitude of the different diffracted plane wave, Microeconomics

Consider a thin transparent plate whose thickness d(x,y) is a square (instead of a sinusoidal) periodic function of x of period Δ=λ. Show that the angle θ between the diffracted waves is still given by θ= λ/Δ. If a plane wave is incident in a direction normal to the grating, determine the amplitude of the different diffracted plane waves.

 

 

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