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Chapter 13 – Waves II

Chapter 13 – Waves II

Chapter 13 – Waves II. Two pulses on a string approach each other at speeds of 1 m/s. What is the shape of the string at t = 6 s?. Two pulses on a string approach each other at speeds of 1 m/s. What is the shape of the string at t = 6 s?.

By betty_james
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WAVES

WAVES

WAVES. Unit 6 IPC. Waves transfer what?. ENERGY!!!! Take out your lab Wave speed  Solid – fastest Liquid – slow Gas - slowest. What are the two main types of waves?. MECHANICAL WAVES ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES. Which type of wave requires a medium?. MECHANICAL WAVES

By karim
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Chapter 17 Goals: Understand the principle of superposition.

Chapter 17 Goals: Understand the principle of superposition.

Chapter 17 Goals: Understand the principle of superposition. Be able to calculate the resonant frequencies in physical situations that create standing waves. For example: strings, musical instruments, laser cavities, microwave ovens.

By hyman
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Ch.11 Waves

Ch.11 Waves

Ch.11 Waves. Homework: Concept Questions: 1, 2. Problems: 3, 9, 13, 39, 45, 49. Wave motion, reflection, refraction, interference, diffraction, standing waves. (sections 5, 6). Waves. traveling disturbance transport energy (not matter) only longitudinal waves in fluids

By rea
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Musical Instruments

Musical Instruments

Musical Instruments. Standing Waves. Waves that reflect back and forth interfere. Some points are always at rest – standing waves. Closed Ends. Both ends fixed limits the standing wave. A whole number of half-wavelengths must fit in the space. A whole number of nodes and antinodes.

By cicely
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WAVES

WAVES

WAVES. Physical Science Chapter 11. Wave Medium Mechanical wave Electromagnetic wave Transverse wave Longitudinal wave Crest Trough Amplitude Wavelength. Period Frequency Wave Speed Doppler Effect Pitch Reflection Diffraction Refraction Interference Standing wave.

By fuller
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4 m and 2 m 2 m and .5 m 3 m and .5 m 4 m and 1 m 3 m and 2 m

4 m and 2 m 2 m and .5 m 3 m and .5 m 4 m and 1 m 3 m and 2 m

A string fastened at both ends has a length of 1.0 m. Two possible wavelengths for standing waves are. 4 m and 2 m 2 m and .5 m 3 m and .5 m 4 m and 1 m 3 m and 2 m. The sound you hear from a violin is produced by. A standing wave in the string fundamental determines the pitch

By sasson
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Wave Interactions

Wave Interactions

Chapter 12 Section 4. Wave Interactions. Wave Interference. It’s impossible for two material objects to occupy the same space at the same time . Waves on the other hand are able to occupy the same space at the same time. Superposition.

By lacey
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Traveling Waves & Wave Equation

Traveling Waves & Wave Equation

Traveling Waves & Wave Equation. Sending a pulse down a string. T = tension µ = mass/length. Wave Equation: F =ma. For small angles:. Force. mass. accceleration. Wave Equation: Solutions.

By waneta
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Writing Lab Procedures

Writing Lab Procedures

Writing Lab Procedures. Rules for Honors. What is the point of writing a lab report?. Persuade others to accept or reject hypotheses by presenting data and interpretations Detail data, procedures, and outcomes for future researchers

By aricin
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Sound Interference

Sound Interference

Sound Interference. Positions of zero displacement resulting from destructive interference are referred to as: A. antinodes B. nodes C. supercrests D. supertroughs. Sound Interference. Positions of zero displacement resulting from destructive interference are referred to as:

By ormand
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p. 344 38,40,43,45

p. 344 38,40,43,45

In tranverse waves the motion of the disturbance is perpendicular to the direction of motion of the wave. Longitudinal waves propagate in the same direction as the motion of the disturbance of the medium.

By mercia
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HIFI Mapping Processing in HIPE

HIFI Mapping Processing in HIPE

HIFI Mapping Processing in HIPE. Pat Morris, NHSC. HIFI maps. HIFI spectral maps come in two main flavors On The Fly “Standard” Position Switch Frequency Switch with or without position switch Load Chop with or without position switch Dual Beam Switch Fast or normal chop

By raiden
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Effects of Flow on Radial Electric Fields

Effects of Flow on Radial Electric Fields

Effects of Flow on Radial Electric Fields. Shaojie Wang Department of Physics, Fudan University Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Outline. Introduction Basic equations Zonal flows in rotating systems Summary. 1. Introduction.

By joben
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PHY 7 11 Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Methods 10-10:50 AM MWF Olin 103

PHY 7 11 Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Methods 10-10:50 AM MWF Olin 103

PHY 7 11 Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Methods 10-10:50 AM MWF Olin 103 Plan for Lecture 31: Wave equation for sound Standing waves Green’s function for wave equation; wave scattering. Linearization of the fluid dynamics relations:. Time harmonic standing waves in a pipe. a. L.

By niyati
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Chapter 32

Chapter 32

Chapter 32. Electromagnetic Waves (cont.). Q32.5. In a sinusoidal electromagnetic wave in a vacuum, the electric field has only an x -component. This component is given by E x = E max cos ( ky + w t ) The magnetic field of this wave. A. has only an x -component.

By xiu
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The physics of electron backscatter diffraction Maarten Vos

The physics of electron backscatter diffraction Maarten Vos

The physics of electron backscatter diffraction Maarten Vos AMPL, RSPHYSSE, Australian National University, Acton 0200, Canberra Aimo Winkelmann Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany. We are here (John Curtin Medical School). Our Laboratory

By aquila
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Slide 15-2

Slide 15-2

15 Traveling Waves and Sound. Slide 15-2. Example Problem.

By duer
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Hydrogen Atom

Hydrogen Atom

-. +. Hydrogen Atom. Coulomb force “confines” electron to region near proton => standing waves of certain energy. Electron in n=2 level makes a transition to lower level by emitting a photon of frequency f=E/h = (E 2 -E 1 )/h =c/ . 3. 2. 1. Transitions.

By miyoko
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Thurs. Mar. 6 Do Now:

Thurs. Mar. 6 Do Now:

Thurs. Mar. 6 Do Now:. Circle the type of wave that needs a medium through which to travel: Mechanical or Electromagnetic A wave has a wavelength of 8m and a frequency of 4 Hz. What is the wave’s speed? ________ 

By gayle
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