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Ethan Young
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 traveling through it.
intensity a measure of the amount of energy in a wave.
sonar a device which uses sound waves to measure distance.
music pleasant sound with regular wave patterns.
photon a bundle of energy that is released when an atom loses some energy.
frequency the number of waves that pass a point in a given amount of time.
amplitude the distance between a waves mid-point and it's crest or trough.
transverse wave a wave in which the crests and troughs move at right angles the direction of the wave's travel.
convex mirror a mirror whose center section curves toward an object.
concave mirror a mirror whose center section curves away from an object.
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.
laser light light of a single wave with all waves lined up.
opaque does not allow light to pass through.
noise soun
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