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A very comprehensive resource covering a large range of wave topics, includes excellent animations and diagrams.
This is a useful site for GCSE pupils to revise a wide range of topics, including energy, Diffusion, Electricity, Ohm's Law, Power, Decibel Watts, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Sine Waves, Hooke's ...
This applet models resonance and interference effects as waves pass through various layers. There are two modes: Electromagnetic, which models the transmission of light through multi-layer films, and ...
A company collaborating in university research projects, mainly looking at the effect of blast shockwaves on structures. Offers modeling software and video clips.
This site covers Maxwell's theory of electrodynamics and his modification of existing laws which lead to a remarkable prediction: the existence of electromagnetic waves.
Describes the concept of a standing wave.
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.
Tutorial about earthquake waves cover ing p and s waves, seismometers and shadow zones.
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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