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written by Kyle Forinash and Wolfgang Christian
Sound: An Interactive eBook consists of 33 interactive simulations which require the reader to click buttons, move sliders, etc. in order to answer questions about the behavior of waves and sound in particular. There are also dozens of links to YouTube videos and other online resources that pertain to the topics being covered as well as suggestions for laboratory exercises and sound clips for understanding the fascinating subject of sound and music. The goal is to create an engaging text that integrates the strengths of printed, static textbooks and the interactive dynamics possible with simulations to engage the student in actively learning the physics of sound. Brief introductions to physics concepts are provided as they are needed (and can be skipped if they are familiar to the reader). There is a little bit of algebra involved but not much.

Sound: is available as an online AAPT/ComPADRE book
42 supplemental documents are available
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Oscillations & Waves
- Acoustics
- Lower Undergraduate
- Upper Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
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Forinash, K., & Christian, W. (2012). Sound JS Models. Retrieved June 26, 2017, from http://www.compadre.org/books/SoundBook
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