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Science Key Terms

Teacher: Jackson Meyer
Across
When an object or wave hits a surface which it cannot pass and bounces back
The points of maximum amplitude on a standing wave.
The lowest part of a wave.
The number of complete waves that pass a given point in a certain amount of time.
The process in which two waves combine to make a wave with a larger amplitude.
A type of mechanical wave that moves the particles of a medium parallel to the direction in which the wave is traveling.
The highest part of a wave.
The increase in amplitude of a vibration that occurs when external vibrations match the objects natural frequency.
Down
The process in which two waves combine and make a wave with a smaller amplitude.
Points on a standing wave that have an amplitude of zero.
The maximum distance the particles of a medium carrying a wave move away from their resting positions.
A type of mechanical wave that moves the medium in a direction perpendicular to which the wave is traveling.
When a wave moves around a barrier or through an opening and spreads out.
The process in which a wave enters a medium at an angle and one side of a wave changes speed before the other side causing the wave to bend.
How far a wave travels in a unit of seconds
Gigantic surface waves on the ocean that are caused by underwater earthquakes.