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Animations which demonstrate both types of wave and illustrate the difference between the motion of the wave and the motion of the particles in the medium through which the wave is travelling.
A short video from TED-Ed about wave-particle duality.
Surprising Images and a video of what happens when you match sound waves with the same frequency as a camera.
A very comprehensive resource covering a large range of wave topics, includes excellent animations and diagrams.
This animation allows the interference of two traveling waves to be explored. They can be made to travel in the same direction or opposite directions.
Java applet showing constructive and destructive interference between two longitudinal waves, the wavelength and amplitude of each of which can be altered by the user.
This site is an animation showing the standing wave patterns that are produced on a string on a musical instrument.
A series of summaries on uses of waves for the UK GCSE level. Covers topics such as sound waves and electromagnetic spectrum.
A little program to show the product of interference of 2 waves. The simulation allows the user to vary the wave amplitude and frequency. This is a good very simple to use tool!
BBC revision guide to waves for UK GCSE level. A useful introduction to all the basics and to different types of waves.
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