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Properties of Waves

A UK GCSE level revision guide covering the essentials of waves. Well presented and clearly explained.

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Introduction to Waves

A basic explanation of sound and water waves.

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Waves

A series of pages on waves. Includes GCSE concepts, explained using coloured text and straightforward diagrams.

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Waves

The nature and properties of waves are discussed and illustrated with the standing wave being introduced and explained. Clear explanation and appropriate graphics.

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Waves - gcsescience.com

A useful reference site for the basics of waves.

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Let's Make Waves

Junior Lesson Plan- water waves generated by wind. The content is not difficult to understand but is aimed at teachers rather than students

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Physics 2000: Electromagnetic Waves

An interactive tutorial starting from charged particles, leading to electromagnetic waves and their applications.

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Electromagnetic Waves and Particles

This site gives an in depth analysis of what electromagnetic waves are. Including some helpful multimedia diagrams.

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Electromagnetic Waves

From Eric Weisstein's World of Physics, this page is the index for all sections related to electromagnetic waves. A useful site for quick brief information

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Electromagnetic Waves

Description of electromagnetic waves, which move energy through empty space (a vacuum), stored as part of an electric and magnetic field.

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