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Ch4B part1 Science B

TermDefinition
transverse waves A wave in which the crests and troughs move at right angles to the direction the wave travels.
refraction The bending of a light wave as it moves from one material to another.
focal point The point at which light rays meet when reflected or refracted.
degree A unit of angle measure 1/360 of a complete circle.
concave mirror A mirror whose center section curves away from an object.
frequency The number of wavs (crests or troughs) that pass a point in a given amount of time.
amplitude The distance between a waves midpoint and its crest or trough.
convex mirror A mirror whose center section curves toward an object.
photon A bundle of energy that is released when an atom loses some energy.
Created by: susan.walters