What do you understand by diffraction of waves, Physics

1. What do you understand by diffraction of waves? Explain why the diffraction of sound is more easily observable than the diffraction of light?

2. The wavelength of two spectral lines are 589 μm and 588 μm. what is the minimum number of lines a grating must have in order to resolve these lines in the first order spectrum?

 

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