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This video from MIT TechTV demonstrates how to break a glass using sound. The demonstrator determines the resonant frequency of the glass and plays a tone of that frequency with a…
  
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G. Popkin; Publisher: American Physical Society
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This PhysicsCentral article describes the physics behind violins. The article discusses the mechanics of violin construction and how violinists produce sound. It includes labeled…
  
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J. Wolfe
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This website from the University of New South Wales contains basic information about how stringed instruments produce sound. The site discusses plucked string sound and bowed string…
Probing Students’ Understanding of Resonance  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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S. Murphy, D. McBride, J. Gross, and D. Zollman
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S. Murphy, D. McBride, J. Gross, and D. Zollman, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 213-216.
Resonant phenomena play a crucial role in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a widely used medical tool in today's society. The basic features of the resonance in MRI can be taught by…
  
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This web site provides a series of tutorials and information pages on topics in musical acoustics. It is organized into sections on basic background information or more specific…
  
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C. Schmidt-Jones
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This resource is a set of modules on sound, acoustics, music, and musical instruments developed for middle school and high school students. It is organized in short components for…
  
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Cambridge Street Publishing
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This web site is a free resource for physics and engineering teachers/learners that organizes topics on sound and acoustics within a thematic search engine. Searches can be based on…
  
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E. Zobel
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This is a tutorial for high school physics students on the topic of standing waves. It is a highly visual exploration of the topic and includes a brief text explanation of the…
  
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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a multimedia introduction to a sound spectrum. It includes topics such as vibrations, frequency, harmonics, spectra, and an example of an harmonic spectrum:…
Standing Waves in a Pipe Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Standing Waves in a Pipe model displays the displacement and pressure waves for a standing wave in a pipe. The pipe can be closed on both ends, on one end, or open on both ends.…
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