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What is the meaning of am in the wave length?
AM means 'amplitude modulation'
Which of the electromagnetic waves have the least wavelength?
Gamma Rays -have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any other wave in …
What are the disadvantages of wave and tidal energy?
One of the biggest drawbacks to tidal power is the high upfront costs. Tidal …
Is an ocean wave mechanical or electromagnetic?
In understanding the earth, it's useful to concentrate on two general classes of waves, mechanical …
The speed of a wave is effected by?
The type of medium and temperature of the medium it is traveling through, to name …
Why is q wave negative deflection?
As septal depolarization moves from left to right, the depolarization vector is directed towards the …
Does rfid use radio waves?
RFID systems use radio waves at several different frequencies to transfer data. In health …
Does state of matter affect wave speed?
The phase of matter has a large impact upon the elastic properties of a medium. …
When was wave crasher created?
Wave Crasher was created on 2012-03-15.
How fast light wave or other ems waves travel?
Electromagnetic radiation is a type of energy that is commonly known as light. Generally speaking, …
Through which will sound travel faster?
Through the second one.
How is an electromagnetic wave produced?
electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. electromagnetic waves are also …
What type of wave is secondary?
S waves are called secondary waves because they always arrive after P waves at seismic …
What is the frequency of half wave?
Half wave rectification is defined as the type of rectifier that allows one half cycle …
How high is a 2 foot wave?
Thus, a "3-foot" wave is roughly six feet high (in actuality an H m0 of …
What are the properties of wave?
A wave is a variation that transfers energy progressively from one point to another and …
Can i convert my bose wave to bluetooth?
Just connect the adapter to your system, pair with your Bluetooth device and enjoy your …
How are frequency and amplitude tell you about a wave?
The amplitude of a wave is the height of a wave as measured from the …
Is a radio wave light?
The electromagnetic spectrum describes all of the kinds of light, including those the human eye …
How do you know that electromagnetic waves can travel thought a vacuum?
Light being electromagnetic wave is able to traverse right from Sun to the Earth through …
What are seismic waves short answer?
Seismic waves are the waves of energy caused by the sudden breaking of rock within …
What is the unlocking code for the diamond twister in samsung wave?
go to samsung service provider then u ask how to unlock it
Distance between identical points on a wave?
The distance between identical points on a wave is called wavelength.
What is a light wave frequency?
Light waves also come in many frequencies. The frequency is the number of waves that …
Is wave function positive or negative?
So a positive and a positive wave function create a bonding orbital where the probability …
Is the wave rock a landmark?
Yes. Wave Rock, near Hyden in Western Australia, is a landmark.
When a compressional wave travels through a medium which way does the matter in the medium move?
Longitudinally. (In the same direction as the wave propagation.)
Which wave causes the most damage to buildings?
Love waves have a particle motion, which, like the S-wave, is transverse to the direction …
What is one way that light differs from sound?
sound is a wave. while light has wave-particle duality. It acts like a wave but …
What are the two factors you need to determine the wave speed?
Like any speed, you can divide distance traveled, by the time it takes to travel.Also, …
Does wave speed increase as gravity increases?
yes,wave speed will increase as gravity increases.
Do generators put out pure sine wave?
Our inverter generators (see the portable range) provide 'pure sine wave' power. Other cheaper …
What is an earthquake below the surface of the ocean causes the formation of a giant wave?
An earthquake below the surface of the ocean causes the formation of a giant wave …
Where does sound go after we hear it?
It mostly goes into the vibrations of molecules in air and turns into heat , …