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Oscillation and Wave Speed - Exploring Wave Motion (2/5)

61 501 views | 26 Jul. 2011

Andrew Norton

Andrew Norton demonstrates the effects of changing the driving frequency of the oscillator that's creating the wave.

(Part 2 of 5)

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Yesaswi Narendra Chilamkurti

Can anyone please explain the reason for having a constant wave speed??? Thnks!


I think that's quite good

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Standing Wave Generator

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Visualize wave properties

Visualize wave properties of electrons, including resonance, nodes, and antinodes.

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What the F. are you talking about? ?



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yup ... there goes 8 minutes of my life

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Kooky and creative!

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Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator 2 of 4

13 556 views | 15 Aug. 2013

bipola telly

where do i get one and how much?
i'm not a electrical engineer, alas!