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6th grade Mr. Bloom

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Amplitude the distance between a wave's mid-point and its crest or tough
Convex Mirror mirror whose center section curves toward an object
Concave Mirror Mirror whose center section curves away from an object
Photon a bundle that is released when an atom loses some energy
Frequency the number of waves(crests or tough) that pass a point in a given time
Transverse Wave a wave in which the crests and troughs move at right angles to the direction of the wave's travel
Refraction the bending of a light wave as its moves from one material to another
Focal Point which light rays meet when reflected or refracted
laser light light of a single wavelength with all the waves lined up
opaque not allow light to pass through
transparent allows light to pass through so that objects on the other side can be seen
compressional wave wave in which matter vibrates in the same direction as the energy waves through it
intensity measure of the amount of energy in a wave
sonar which uses sound waves to measure distance
music sound with regular wave patterns
noise no regular wave pattern
octave sequence in which the top note has twice the frequency of the bottom note
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