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Types of waves

Types of waves

Waves play an extremely important role in many areas of our lives.

Physics

Keywords

wave, wave types, sound wave, gravitational wave, electromagnetic wave, mechanical wave, longitudinal, transverse, frequency, amplitude, sound, wavelength, spread velocity, vibration, period of oscillation, polarising filter, radio wave, microwave, light, visible light, ultraviolet radiation, infrared radiation, polarised wave, infrasound, ultrasound, antenna, gravitation, mechanics

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