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### Lecture22-1

Course: BIOL 131, Fall 2011
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220 Lecture PHYSICS 22 Temperature and Ideal Gas and Ideal Gas Textbook Sections 14.1 14.3 Lecture 22 Purdue University, Physics 220 1 Overview Last Lecture Speed of sound v = sqrt(B/) Intensity level = (10 dB) log10 ( I / I0) Standing Waves fn = n v/(2L) fn = n v/(4L) open at both ends n=1,2,3, open at one end n=1,3,5, Doppler Effect fo = fs (v-vo) / (v-vs) Beats = 1 ( ) 2 L 1 2 Today...

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