Waves Definitions

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

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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