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wave a periodic disturbance in a solid liquid gas as energy is transmitted through a medium
medium a physical environment in which phenomena occur
mechanical wave a wave that needs a medium in which to travel
transverse wave in which particles of the medium move perpendicularly to the direction the wave is traveling
longitudinal wave a wave in which the particles of medium vibrate parallel to the direction of wave motion
compression part of the longitudinal wave in which where the particles bunch up closer together.
refraction part of the longitudinal wave in which the particles expand and move apart
electromagnetic wave a wave that consists of electric and magnetic fields that vibrates at a right angle to each other
Created by: 58rankem