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Longitudinal waves are waves in which the displacement of the medium is in the same direction as, or the opposite direction to, the direction of propagation of the wave. Mechanical longitudinal waves are also called compressional or compression waves, .... under some circumstances, for example, in plasma waves or guided waves.

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Few examples of Compressible waves are : 1. Vibrations in gases 2. Oscillations in spring 3. Sound waves 4. Internal water waves 5. Seismic ...

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An example of a mechanical longitudinal wave, or a compressional wave, is a sound wave. Another example is primary waves of an earthquake. Both travel ...

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Compression wave definition, a shock wave that compresses the medium through which it is transmitted. ... Examples from the Web for compression wave

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Dec 2, 2010 ... <br />The medium can be any type of matter:<br />Solids<br />Liquids<br /> Gases<br />Examples of Mechanical waves:<br />Sound<br ...

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Longitudinal waves are travel normally to the direction of motion through a medium. A mechanical longitudinal wave is termed as compression waves, since it ...

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Here we are discussing about the transverse waves, their examples, and their properties. The most ... Longitudinal waves are also called compression waves.

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a slinky spread out and then grab a few coils and release and watch a compressional wave! Another example is a sound wave.

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This lesson will define longitudinal (or compression) waves, discuss the names for various features and parts ... Transverse Wave: Definition, Parts & Examples.