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Welcome

  1. 1. WELCOME
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  3. 3. Rama Vilasam Training College VALAKOM
  4. 4. WAVE MOTION WAVE MOTION INVOLVES TRANSFER OF DISTURBANCE FROM ONE POINT TO THE OTHER WITH THE PARTICLE OF MEDIUM OSCILLATING ABOUT THEIR MEAN POSITION
  5. 5. WAVES TRANSVERSE WAVES  LONGITUDINAL WAVES
  6. 6. TRANSVERSE WAVE  IF THE VIBRATIONS OF THE PARTICLES OF THE MEDIUM CONVEYING A WAVE ARE PERPENDICULAR TO THE DIRECTION OF PROPAGATION OF THE WAVE THEN THE WAVE IS CALLED A TRANSVERSE WAVE
  7. 7. TRANSVERSE WAVE
  8. 8. EXAMPLES LIGHT RAY INFRARED RAY X RAY ULTRAVIOLET RAY
  9. 9. LONGITUDINAL WAVES  A LONGITUDINAL WAVE IS A WAVE IN WHICH THE PARTICLES OF THE MEDIUM VIBRATE IN A DIRECTION PARALLEL TO THE DIRECTION OF PROPAGATION OF THE WAVE IS
  10. 10. VIBRATIG TUNING FORK SENDS OUT A SOUND WAVE
  11. 11. EXAMPLE SOUND WAVE LONGITUDINAL PULSE ALONG A STRECHED SPRING
  12. 12. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRANSVERSE AND LONGITUDINAL WAVES TRASVERSE WAVE LOGITUDINAL WAVE  THE WAVE TRAVELS IN THE FORM OF CRUST AND TROUGH  ONE CRUST AND ONE TROUGH COSTITUTE ONE WAVE  THESE WAVES CAN BE POLARISED  THE WAVE TRAVELS IN THE FORM OF CONDENSATIONS AND RAREFRACTIONS  ONE CONDENSATIONS AND ONE RAREFRARACTIONS CONSTITUTE ONE WAVE  THESE CANNOT BE POLARISED
  13. 13. THANKS
  14. 14. END

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