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What would infrared waves be felt as?
They would be felt as heat, such as the warmth radiated by a fireplace, or …
What are the release dates for all in the family - 1971 we're still having a heat wave 4-2?
All in the Family - 1971 We're Still Having a Heat Wave 4-2 was released …
What harmonics are present in a triangle wave?
The harmonics of a triangle wave are all odd multiples of the fundamental frequency , …
What property of a wave affects the color you see?
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What does sending a wave mean on facebook?
Facebook added the wave emoji on messenger. Waving friends and family on Facebook means you …
What is the speed of an electromagnetic wave with a frequency of 9.17 1016 hz and a wavelength of 3.27 nm?
The speed of any wave is the product of the frequency and the wavelength. Be …
What unit is used to measure wave frequency?
Wavelength is also measured in metres ( ) - it is a length after all. …
Can a heat wave be snow and heat?
No. A heat wave is a prolonged spell of extremely hot weather. There would be …
What wave viabrates faster radio wave or microwaves?
Microwaves ARE radio waves, with frequencies above 3 GHz.
Examples of a transverse wave?
Light, the movement of electric current, magnetic fields ,electromagnetic waves, etc are the examples of …
What type of wave does sound belong to?
Waves are vibrational movement plus travel along a straight line and come in two flavours. …
What are the types of electromagnetic waves often used for communication?
Visible light is a type of electromagnetic wave that is occasionally used for communication. More …
What is the period of a wave with a wave speed of 5 and a wavelenth of 20?
The period is 4 [insert units here]. To get to this answer you use the …
What do you mean by matter wave?
the set of waves that represent the behaviour of an elementary particle, or some atoms …
A certain transverse wave is described by chegg?
Question: A certain transverse wave is described by y (x,t)=Bcos [2π(xL−tτ)], where B = 5.20 …
What is the top of a transverse wave called?
The crest is the name of the top part of a transverse wave
What two things that can affect the amount of diffraction of a wave?
The wavelength of the wave and the difference in the refractive indices of the two …
What is the main event in escaping the giant wave?
go quickly to higher places even when just announced. if there was incoming, then pack …
How should the t wave look?
T waves should be upright in most leads ; the exceptions are aVR and V1. …
How does a surface wave form?
Surface waves are typically generated when the source of the earthquake is close to the …
What does the wavelength of a em wave tell you about its energy?
It tells you that the longer the wavelength the lower the energy. From the wavelength, …
When was first wave complete destruction created?
First Wave Complete Destruction was created in 1981-05.
What type of sound is ultrasound?
High pitched. Sound with a frequency of more than 20,000 Hz is called ultrasound …
How to get body wave curls?
To do body wave curls, use a curling iron or wand, wind a section of …
In a tank of water if the waves frequency is increased what will happen?
The length between wave peaks and troughs will get shorter
Does a tsunami wave have a constant speed?
The speed of a tsunami depends on the depth of the water it is traveling …
What is wave analyser?
it is an instrument which is used to measure relative amplitudes of single frequency components …
Where was the great wave off kanagawa created?
It was published sometime between 1829 and 1833 in the late Edo period as the …
Why do waves never stop?
Waves are created by energy passing through water, causing it to move in a circular …
How microwave waves travel per second?
Microwave is an electro-magnetic wave and travel at speed of light or 3x108 m/s.
What do you call a gigantic wave?
A tidal wave, often part of a Tsunami