Transverse Wave

Mechanical waves in which energy travels perpendicular to the wave's oscillation.

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Transverse Waves

by EPISD Physics //at grade
Describes transverse waves, the characteristics that identify the waves, and the mathematical relationships that exist between velocity, wavelength, frequency, and period.
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Transverse Waves

by Henrik Malmberg //at grade
Describes transverse waves, the characteristics that identify the waves, and the mathematical relationships that exist between velocity, wavelength, frequency, and period.
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Transverse Waves 707.11.5; 11.6

by Shawn R. Bouldin //at grade
Describes transverse waves, the characteristics that identify the waves, and the mathematical relationships that exist between velocity, wavelength, frequency, and period.
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Introduction to Waves

by Margaux Krahe //at grade
Describes transverse waves, the characteristics that identify the waves, and the mathematical relationships that exist between velocity, wavelength, frequency, and period.
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Falconphysics Democast - Transverse Waves

by Mark Holmstrom //at grade
An explanation of what transverse waves are and some of their basic characteristics. Video courtesy of Steve Dickie.
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