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D. Russell
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Visit this site for interesting animations of wave and phenomena, with an emphasis on sound and acoustics. You'll also see the equations that describe basic wave behavior. You'll…
  
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C. Nave
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This web page contains information about the physics behind electric guitars. It includes outlines of both the production of sound by the guitar strings and the magnetic pickups that…
  
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Editor: M. Smith; Publisher: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History
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This Smithsonian online exhibit explores the history and development of the electric guitar. It includes information about the instrument designers and the musicians who influenced…
  
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J. Wolfe
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This webpage provides an overview of the physics of guitars. The text explains how the properties of the strings affect the frequencies that they produce. Also, the text shows how…
  
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A. Glasmann, W. Christian, and M. Belloni
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The EjsS Wave Illustration Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Physlet Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 17. Students need to interact with the Physlet, but the…
  
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T. Robinson
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At this site, from Mercer University, you can build your own speaker with a magnet, some fine wire, a little hot glue, paper and a plastic bottle. To go further, you can do…
  
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Publisher: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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This NASA feature presents a discussion with country music star Clint Black describing how resonance occurs in a guitar and in the space shuttle rocket and spacecraft. The air…
  
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Publisher: PhET
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This PhET simulation allows you to study Fourier series expansions of waves--one example is the overtone series in a musical instrument. You can select amplitudes of up to 11…
  
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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…
  
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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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