Waves Definitions

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

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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