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The Music Acoustics Web site is maintained by the University of New South Wales School of Physics. General topics covered include what a decibel is, what interference beats are, what a sound spectrum is, what acoustic...
This collection of student activities contains problems dealing with waves and oscillations. Specific topics include masses on springs, pendulums, sound, and waves on a string. The activities include pictures and...
This Public Broadcasting Service NOVA website contains information on shock waves and the speed of sound. It has a useful illustration of that shows how a sonic boom occurs at the intersection of the cone of the...
Physics is Phun is a mobile physics demonstration show put on by the University of Maryland department of physics. Each program is customized for the particular group and level to which it is presented. Several different...
The wave simulator, created by Paul Falstad, can be used to create a wide range of demos with reflectors, lenses, cavities, and point sources. Common examples such as multiple source and multiple slit interference,...
Science Joy Wagon and the Ithaca City School District offer the Physics Zone Web site as a resource for algebra-based physics courses. Numerous interactive lessons, simulations, descriptions, and other online learning...
This website from Sengpiel Audio includes a collection of links to technical conversions and other miscellanea rooted in audio technology. Simply type in the quantity of the unit and the engine calculates the requested...
Music, the human voice, and the ambient sounds all around us are the work of acoustics, the physics of sound. But how does it work? How is sound produced, and what happens when we are hearing it? This Topic in Depth...
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