Waves Definitions

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  • Created by: Lilli1997
  • Created on: 02-06-15 17:00
L I O H E I M D R E F R A C T I O N Q
O B O E L V B N S E V M E C Q T S D T
N M O G C O N S T R U C T I V E G C K
G O Q D K I B E B N W T I E C L Q C U
I E X I T X T D X A R N B H E B H Y X
T H W A T N J V V A C H I F P J Q X M
U Y I D P E C E N I N C S Q T F Y R Q
D N K U B E L S D R C M N J P A V N R
I C R P N E V E U W T O G N G Y O J U
N R L L N E N O W A M P L I T U D E S
A L E G R C M T W O M L X F O O P Q U
L Y T S E I N F R E Q U E N C Y P Y T
L H E R M O N O C H R O M A T I C Y H
B J T J S J Y L T W F P S G V J D I O
F T U O G N C Y P O L A R I S E D L J
Q T Y D G X H I L C R K Y Y X O N A Y
Q A U G I Q A W H X K G V J J S A O H
Y B V K B T A M I A J Q T P K L R J T
L J I Y S F N S V N F X E E M M R V E

Clues

  • Displacement of a wave from its equilibrium position (9)
  • horizontal distance from peak to peak (10)
  • number of waves passing a point each second (9)
  • only transverse waves can be... (9)
  • the angle of incoming light with the normal is the angle of... (9)
  • the angle of the refracted ray with the normal is the angle of... (10)
  • the type of wave which travels parallel to the oscillation (12)
  • the type of wave which travels perpendicular to the oscillation (10)
  • when a trough meets a trough you get.........interference (12)
  • when doing an experiment to do with diffracting light, what m does the source have to be? (13)

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