Suppose we use a monochromatic light in YDSE. We observe the regular type of fringes of mainly the same color and they fade away as the distance from central maxima increases. But with white light we see colored fringes and color then soon fades off to white color as distance increases. My few questions are.
We already know white light comprises of seven colors. How do colored fringes appear here in YDSE?
How do we predict at a certain position we will get some certain color ? or mathematical explanation
Because we get a dark in case of minima when using monochromatic source. But what happens in the case of colored fringes in case of white light? Is there a constructive or destructive interference amongst these?