Numbers lying between single and double precision

The IEEE floating point number format is defined as

$$s\underbrace{c_1\dots c_m}_\text{exponent}\underbrace{f_1\dots f_n}_\text{fraction}\text{ (*)}$$

with $$s, c_i, f_j$$ being either $$1$$ or $$0$$. The corresponding decimal representations are as follows: $$c = \sum\limits_{i=1}^m c_i 2^i 2^{m-i}$$ $$f=\sum\limits_{i=1}^n f_i 2^{-i}$$

Let $$\xi$$ be the corresponding decimal representation of (*). Then $$\xi = (-1)^s 2^{c-(2^{m-1}-1)}(1+f)$$

In the case of single precision, $$m=8$$ and $$n=23$$ and in double precision these are $$m=11$$ and $$n=52$$.

I want to find how many double precision floating point numbers there are between any two single precision floating point numbers.

Here's my approach to solving this:

Let $$x_1 := 2^{c_{sp}-(2^7-1)}(1+f_{sp})$$, $$x_2=2^{c_{dp}-(2^{10}-1)}(1+f_{dp})$$, where $$c_{sp}=(11111110)_2=254$$ and $$c_{dp}=(00011111110)_2$$ are corresponding single and double precision representations (here I'm taking the largest exponent for single precision and the corresponding exponent in double precision).

Now, let $$d := |x_{2,sp}-x_{1,sp}|$$ be the difference between two adjacent floating point numbers, where $$x_{1,sp}:=2^{c_{sp}-(2^7-1)}(1-f_{1, sp})$$ and $$x_{2,sp}:=2^{c_{sp}-(2^7-1)}(1-f_{2, sp})$$ and $$f_{2,sp}=(0.\underbrace{11\dots1}_\text{23 times})_2$$, $$f_{1,sp}=f_{2,sp}-\epsilon=(0.11\dots10)_2$$. The corresponding double precision representations are $$f_{2,dp}=0.\underbrace{11\dots1}_\text{23 times}\underbrace{0\dots 0}_\text{52-23 times}$$, $$f_{1,dp}=0.\underbrace{11\dots1}_\text{22 times}\underbrace{0\dots 0}_\text{52-22 times}$$.

Then, clearly, the double precision representation has 29 additional places after the binary (fractional) point. Which means that there are $$2^{29}-1$$, that is $$n_{dp}-n_{sp}$$, numbers in double precision between any two single precision numbers.

Do you think this is correct?