What part of a wave has particles are far apart?

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Date created: Mon, Nov 1, 2021 7:41 PM
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Places where particles of a medium crowd closer together are called compressions, and places where the particles spread farther apart are called rarefactions. The more energy the wave has, the closer together the particles are in compressions and the farther apart they are in rarefactions.

What are the different parts of a wave?

  • There are different parts to this type of wave that can be applied to any example. A compression is where the particles of the medium are closest together, like when you pinch the slinky loops together. A rarefaction is where the particles are stretched apart.

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