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Longitudinal waves = heat = gravity ? The revised laws of ...
 -  4 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Aug 2, 1997 Longitudinal waves such as sound waves have only one aspect (1) direction of motion since the vibration of the wave is in the direction of motion. Now how do I ...http://groups.google.com/g/7797ff0b/t/5130fd0f88b99ffd/d/1a854710e558c8f3?...

New question about Longitudinal sound waves?
 -  23 posts  -  8 authors  - Last post:  Apr 18, 2007 UFO d2h...@engineer.com sci physics relativity On Apr 16, 6:14 pm, "g...@hotmail.com" wrote: Tom Roberts wrote: g...@hotmail.com ...http://groups.google.com/g/aba7fef0/t/61eb740926b79f3e/d/24988aa9fd5a6b7f?...

important new physics of longitudinal versus transverse waves
 -  8 posts  -  6 authors  - Last post:  Aug 1, 1997 I want to know if Sound waves are the only longitudinal waves. I believe gravitational waves are also longitudinal. I want to know if sonoluminescence can be ...http://groups.google.com/g/7797ff0b/t/1db2b02067a351c0/.../d911bb1636f18c99?...

Is an electrical pulse through a wire a longitudinal wave or a ...
 -  24 posts  -  9 authors  - Last post:  Jul 30, 2003 Would it flow through the wire as an electron wave(longitudinal wave)? My physics teacher at school told me that only sound through air is longitudinal and all ...http://groups.google.com/g/2e17feed/t/2a007f6f526580ce/d/ec507a7b03ed365b?...

On longitudinal electromagnetic waves
 -  261 posts  -  25 authors  - Last post:  Jan 22, 2003 You may imagine a longitudinal wave as an envelop type superposition. Even sound waves in air include partial vibrations in the direction of propagation of the ...http://groups.google.com/g/73d7fefc/t/89f295c3c2079c76/.../63c52a42bc9bad86?...

Chua's Circuit
 -  39 posts  -  14 authors  - Last post:  Oct 22, 1994 p...@netcom.com> pjjo...@netcom.com (Phil Jones) writes: joseph louis rizzo (j...@ellis.uchicago.edu) wrote: Sound waves, because they are longitudinal ...http://groups.google.com/g/2ae7ff03/t/2e64cf3767f8c2a3/d/511a6bb04fd26d09?...

Sound waves are like rays of light or not ?
 -  12 posts  -  8 authors  - Last post:  Jun 25, 2001 On the other hand, sound waves are longitudinal waves. Thus, polarization does not apply to sound waves. Sound waves require a medium for propagation.http://groups.google.com/g/b927feeb/t/e3520601acf0a6fe/d/35e46e3483f0256a?...

Standing Waves (was) Re: 10's vs 12's
 -  68 posts  -  20 authors  - Last post:  Nov 24, 1997 The wave on the string is transverse, while the sound wave acts like a longitudinal wave. To quote from Physics Calculus again: Longitudinal sound waves do ...http://groups.google.com/g/8b67fef5/t/1bb4e8250e780300/.../582208705eb99d3d?...

Polarization of Sound Waves
 -  486 posts  -  32 authors  - Last post:  Jun 13, 2002 "Paul B. Andersen" wrote: The conclusions in the article (that light may be longitudinal waves because longitudinal sound waves may be polarized) are only ...http://groups.google.com/g/aba7fef0/t/b496ac1513369c6e/d/3ce120c7ce66fa3a?...

Uniformity Principle of geology applied to Physics #96 New Physics ...
 -  47 posts  -  7 authors  - Last post:  Jan 11, 2012 And we know that sound waves move through dense matter, and sound waves are longitudinal, and that the dense matter is a advantage to sound waves.http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/4af0d53b2e4be28b/.../1529002a18b83419?...