Waves Definitions

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

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)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Physics resources:

See all Physics resources »See all Waves resources »