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please explain the type of waves

please explain the type of waves

Grade:11

3 Answers

Gayatri Jayesh Bondriya
521 Points
5 years ago
Types of Waves
Waves are of three main types:
1. Mechanical waves. These waves are most familiar because we encounter
them almost constantly; common examples include water waves, sound waves,
and seismic waves. All these waves have two central features: They are governed
by Newton's laws, and they can exist only within a material medium,
such as water, air, and rock.
2. Electromagnetic waves. These waves are less familiar, but you use them
constantly; common examples include visible and ultraviolet light, radio and
television waves, microwaves, x rays, and radar waves. These waves require no
material medium to exist. Light waves from stars, for example, travel through
the vacuum of space to reach us. All electromagnetic waves travel through a
vacuum at the same speed c = 299792458 m/s.
3. Matter waves. Although these waves are commonly used in modern technology,
they are probably very unfamiliar to you. These waves are associated
with electrons, protons, and other fundamental particles, and even atoms and
molecules. Because we commonly think of these particles as constituting matter,
such waves are called matter waves.
 
 
 
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parth bhail
10 Points
5 years ago
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pa1
357 Points
5 years ago
 
Types of Waves Waves are of three main types: 1. Mechanical waves. These waves are most familiar because we encounter them almost constantly; common examples include water waves, sound..

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