Speed of Sound Lab Report.pdf - Duncan Hall Ms Reine Physics 20 Standing Waves and the Speed of Sound Background Using the universal wave equation in a

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Duncan Hall Ms. Reine Physics 20 28/05/2018 Standing Waves and the Speed of Sound Background: Using the universal wave equation in a pipe closed at one end, the speed of sound can be derived from manipulating the formula (seen below). If the length of an air column is manipulated while keeping frequency constant, not only can n (harmonic number) can be found, but the speed of sound can be then derived from the equation. Hypothesis: If the frequency is kept constant, then the speed of sound will be higher than 343m/s because that is the international standard for the speed of sound at sea level, since Calgary is much higher than sea level so the atmosphere provides less, but similar resistance. Materials and Apparatus: Graduated cylinder A tuning fork Bucket Flexible tube Water

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Diagram: Procedure: 1. Attach empty bucket using flexible tube to the bottom of the graduated cylinder; 2. Keep filling the bucket with water until the graduated cylinder is full to the brim; 3.
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