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Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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This video from MIT TechTV demonstrates how to break a glass using sound. The demonstrator determines the resonant frequency of the glass and plays a tone of that frequency with a…
  
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J. Wolfe
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This web site is a non-specialist's tutorial on the topic of music acoustics. It is organized so users can easily link to basic background information or highly specific information…
  
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Publisher: ThinkQuest
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This web page explains the structure of the ear and the way sound is received, transmitted, and understood by the brain. It takes you through each part of the ear and explains how…
  
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Publisher: ThinkQuest
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This website, formally hosted on ThinkQuest, provides an introduction to the basic concepts of sound. Topics include the human ear and sound perception, the physics of sound,…
  
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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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You can visualize sound with this PhET simulation from the University of Colorado. You can vary the frequency and wavelength to see how the sound wave changes and how it propagates.…
  
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T. Robinson
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At this site, from Mercer University, you can build your own speaker with a magnet, some fine wire, a little hot glue, paper and a plastic bottle. To go further, you can do…
  
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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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NOVA's Faster than Sound is a short history of how Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1. It includes interviews of the key people involved, including audio recording…