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View Resource College Preparatory Physics II

Presented by HippoCampus, a project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, this site is the second semester of a two-semester course designed to acquaint visitors with " topics in classical and modern physics." By clicking on "Course View" visitors can view a syllabus for the course and the three course units: Electricity, Magnetism, and Light (continued); Sound, Fluids, Gases,...

View Resource The Soda Bottle Speaker

This web site, authored by Tajhid Robinson of Mercer University, supplies instructions for constructing a simple "Soda Bottle Speaker." A parts list and information about the materials user are included, as well as two experiments to study the properties of the speaker.

View Resource Waveform: Acoustics/Electroacoustics

This webpage from the Handbook for Acoustic Ecology provides a description of waveform, a pattern of sound pressure variation. Information includes linked explanations of numerous related terms like sound pressure, amplitude, and the law of superposition. Also incorporated into the site are sound clips of various waveforms such as sine, sawtooth, and triangle waves.

View Resource Shock Waves

This web page explains the physics of sonic shock waves. Text and animations describe and illustrate the wavefronts of sound from a moving point source for the cases of motion equal to, less than, and greater than the speed of sound. This is part of a large collection of physics animations.

View Resource Longitudinal and Transverse Wave Motion

This group of animations with accompanying text illustrates the difference between the two primary types of mechanical waves: longitudinal and transverse. It is part of a larger collection of resources on wave motion, acoustics, and sound authored by Dan Russell of Kettering University.

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