a way of transferring energy from one pace to another without matter being transfered
the highest point of a wave
the distance between two peaks in A wave
the height of a wave a measured from the midline of a peak
the matter through witch energy waves travel
the number of wave peaks that pass by a given point every second
the highness or lowness of a sound as determined by the wave frequency
a wave in which the vibration is side to side or up and down
A wave in which the vibration is forward and backward
the frequencys or wave lengths of light that can be seen including all the colors of the rainbow
the frequencies or wavelengths of sound that can be heard, including the lowest pitch to the highest pitch
a form of energy that has both electrical and magnetic properties
All of the wavelength range of electromagnetic radiation
describes material that light passes through easily
describes materials that some light passes through producing blurred images
describes materials that light does not pass through
the bending of light or sound waves as they pass through different mediums
to bring energy to a point
a lens that focuses light
a lens that causes light to spread out
to bounce energy off of an object
describes materials full of tiny openings
device that converts information into a signal
a device that receives a signal and converts it into information
increase the volume of a sound
the wavelengths used in communications including radio and television
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