OpenStudy (anonymous):

1. Use the data that you have for the air-filled tube. • Make a drawing of the standing wave in the tube when you have two, three, and four nodes or peaks. These will correspond to the first, second, and third overtones. • For each standing wave, label the nodes and the antinodes. • Label and record the distance in meters of the half wavelength (λ/2) for each standing wave. • Explain how the standing wave occurs.

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

|dw:1389039826492:dw| That's what an arbitrary standing wave looks like in a tube that's open at one end and closed at the other. A node is where there's zero amplitude, an anti-node is where theres maximum amplitude. At closed ends there are nodes. At open ends there are anti-nodes. Half the wavelength is the distance between two adjacent nodes.

3 years ago
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