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This website from the University of New South Wales contains basic information about how stringed instruments produce sound. The site discusses plucked string sound and bowed string…
  
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Publisher: University of Salford
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Check out this site from the University of Salford for a set of multimedia tutorials on wave fundamentals, oscillations, sound wave propagation, and wave phenomena. The tutorials are…
  
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This item is an interactive Java simulation that models the addition and subtraction of waves. You can set amplitude, frequency, and phase shift of two waves, then push the "Add"…
  
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This item is a tutorial on the fundamentals of waves. Topics include wave properties and phenomena, types of waves, wave interference, and more. The section on interference includes…
  
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Publisher: WNET
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This is a set of interactive articles on tsunamis developed to accompany the Savage Earth television series on PBS. The three articles explain the anatomy of a tsunami and how it…
  
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Editor: R. Teese; Publisher: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This page contains a set of three short video clips of wave pulses on a slinky spring. One shows a single pulse reflected from a fixed end, the second shows two pulses passing over…
  
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A page linking to sixteen YouTube and Google Flash videos dealing with sound. Information on how to download and convert the videos is also provided.
  
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This Hyperphysics site provides an explanation of standing waves in strings and air columns. Diagrams explain phase changes, nodes, anti-nodes, and reflection. Links supply further…
  
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This applet, by Zona Land, demonstrates basic wave superposition through an interactive simulation. The user selects two initial waveforms, moves them together, and views the…
  
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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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Visit this NOVA website for information on shock waves and the speed of sound. It has a useful illustration of that shows how a sonic boom occurs at the intersection of the cone of…
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