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Ch 15 P3 Test Review

Chapter 15 part 3 portion of huge test on 5/14/14

what happens to waves when they interact with matter they reflect
when do waves change direction when they interact with matter when they travel from one medium to another
where can some energy be transferred when a wave interacts with matter to the medium
what are the different types of ways that waves interact with matter absorption, transmission, reflection, diffraction, and interference
what happens during absorption energy transfers
what does the amount of absorption depend on the type of wave
what do all materials absorb electromagnetic waves
what is an example of absorption when dark colors absorb more than light color (light)
what happens when transmission passes through clear glass transmits light
what is reflection the bouncing of waves
what is an example of reflection when white light is created by all colors being reflected black and all colors are absorbed
what is the law of reflection when the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection
what is diffraction the change in direction of a wave when it travels through an opening
what is interference when waves overlap
what does constructive interference cause a greater amplitude
what does destructive interference cause a smaller amplitude
Created by: 2018grellerj