Lecture 19 - Waves
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Waves are discussed in further detail. Basic properties of the waves such as velocity, energy, intensity, and frequency are discussed through a variety of examples. The second half of the lecture deals specifically with superposition of waves. Constructive and destructive interferences are defined and discussed.
Wolfson and Pasachoff, Physics with Modern Physics, chapter 17.
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