# Fiber Optic Sensors (Optical Science and Engineering)

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Find the period of a pendulum 1. (pp. given by the distance traveled by the wave in one period divided by the period.00 108 m/s in a vacuum. (p. position. (p. (p. 424) Diffraction The property of a wave that describes its ability to bend around obstacles in its path. (p. 422. (p. 433) Natural Frequency The frequency at which an object vibrates when struck by another object. (p. 422) Loudness The strength of the sensation of sound to an observer. 433) Interference The effect of two intersecting waves resulting in a loss of displacement in certain areas and an increase in displacement in others. such as a rubber hammer. (p. (p. 424) Destructive Interference The superposition of waves to form a smaller disturbance (wave) in a medium. (pp. (pp. 425) Longitudinal Wave A disturbance in a medium in which the motion of the particles is along the direction of the wave travel. (p.

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Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (March 15, 2002)

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