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A light beam containing red and violet wavelengths is incident on a slab of quartz at an angle of incidence of $50.00^{\circ} .$ The index of refraction of quartz is 1.455 at 660 $\mathrm{nm}$ (red light), and its index of refraction is 1.468 at 410 $\mathrm{nm}$ (violet light). Find the dispersion of the slab, which is defined as the difference in the angles of refraction for the two wavelengths.

$0.3137^{\circ}$

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