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A basic explanation of sound and water waves.
A series of pages on waves. Includes GCSE concepts, explained using coloured text and straightforward diagrams.
The nature and properties of waves are discussed and illustrated with the standing wave being introduced and explained. Clear explanation and appropriate graphics.
A useful reference site for the basics of waves.
Junior Lesson Plan- water waves generated by wind. The content is not difficult to understand but is aimed at teachers rather than students
An interactive tutorial starting from charged particles, leading to electromagnetic waves and their applications.
This site gives an in depth analysis of what electromagnetic waves are. Including some helpful multimedia diagrams.
Description of electromagnetic waves, which move energy through empty space (a vacuum), stored as part of an electric and magnetic field.
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
Animated diagrams of two superposing transverse waves and their resultant. Wavelength, phase and amplitude are adjustable. Uses the word "interference" instead of "superposition".
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