lecture28 - Make-up Labs: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, March...

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Make-up Labs: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, March 20—23 in BSB-B116, during the regular lab times. See Jake Vanderwal (BSB-B117) to sign up. It is your responsibility to arrange a make-up lab if you missed one of the labs for any reason. If you did the lab, but your mark is not posted on WebCT, e-mail your lab TA right away. Waves Waves Chapter 16: Travelling waves Chapter 18: Standing waves, interference Chapter 37 & 38: Interference and diffraction of electromagnetic waves
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Wave Motion Wave Motion Text sections 16.1 – 16.5 •Qualitative properties of wave motion •Mathematical description of waves in 1-D Practice: Chapter 16, problems 1, 2, 3, 10, 12, 27 A wave is a moving pattern . For example, a wave on a stretched string: The wave speed v is the speed of the pattern. No particles move at this wave speed, but the wave does carry energy and momentum. v x = t time t +
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The wave moves this way The particles move up and down If the particle motion is perpendicular to the direction
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