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IB WAVES SPECIAL
A:B: FrequencyAngular frequency £100 The largest displacement of a wave is called the C:D: PhaseAmplitude
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A:B: Rayphase £200 Perpendicular to the wavefront is the… C:D: Angle of incidenceRefractive index
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A:B: Amplitude Period £300 The shortest distance between parts of a wave that are moving in phase… C:D: WavelengthTuesday
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A:B: 2πf2πf2π/f £500 Angular frequency (ω) = C:D: f/2π2πf22πf2
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A:B: Transverse waves Stationary waves £1,000 When are oscillations are parallel to the direction of energy transfer? C:D: Simple harmonic motion Longitudinal waves
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A:B: Gamma rays X - rays £2,000 Wavelength of about 1 x m? C:D: Visible lightUltra-violet `
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A:B: (n + ½)λ½λ½λ £4,000 You get constructive interference when the path difference of 2 waves is… C:D: fλfλnλnλ
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A:B: x = ox = ω £8,000 The acceleration of a SHM oscillator is a maximum when … C:D: x = x o x = -ω 2 x o `
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A:B: £16,000 When was Einstein born? C:D:
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Digestion A:B: x = 0 £32,000 For an object in SHM the velocity is a maximum when… C:D: x = ω Digestion x = fλ x = x o
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A:B: Critical dampedOverdamped £64,000 A system makes several oscillations before coming to rest….. C:D: UnderdampedNatural frequency
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A:B: Forced vibrationsNatural oscillations £125,000 If a force is applied at a different frequency to the natural frequency we get C:D: Resonant oscillationsg/cm 3
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A:B: Potential energyKinetic energy £250,000 ? = ½mω 2 x o 2 C:D: intensityTotal energy
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A:B: J.m -2 W.m -3 £500,000 Unit of wave intensity? C:D: W.m -2 Decibel
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A:B: £ 1,000,000 Destructive interference occurs when the phase difference of two waves is C:D: π 2π2π π/4 π/2
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