Waves Definitions

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

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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