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What is the effect on the interference fringes in a Young’s double-slit experiment if the source slit is moved closer to the double-slit plane?

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In case if we the source slit is brought closer, the interference pattern gets less and less sharp, and when the source is brought too close for this condition to be valid, the fringes disappear. Till this happens, the fringe separation remains fixed.
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