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1. What is the difference between
mechanical and electromagnetic
Introduction waves ?
2. Can you give some examples of
Definition electromagnetic waves ?

Types of Waves 3. What is the direction of the particle motion
in a transverse
Wave’s Aplication wave ?
More questions
Examples
4. Is sound a transverse or
longitudinal wave ?
Exercises
5. Is it correct that water waves do not
transmit energy from one
point to another ?
 A material medium is necessary for the transmission for
mechanical waves. Mechanical waves cannot travel through
vacuum.
 Due to elastic forces on adjacent layers of medium,
disturbance is transmitted from one layer to the next through
the medium.

Water waves, sound, vibration of spring, etc.
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according to the direction of vibration, waves are also classified into :
(a) Transverse wave;
(b) Longitudinal waves.
 The waveform appears in the shape of sine curve.
 A wave in which the motions of the matter particles are
perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the wave itself.

Examples Water waves, pulse in a stretched
string,transverse wave demonstrator.
 A wave in which the motions of the matter particles are
in the same direction as the wave propagation.

Sound, or a spring oscillating up and down, etc.
Examples
Show magnetic longitudinal demonstrator
 Material medium is not essential for propagation.
e/m waves travel through vacuum.
 Disturbance of electric and magnetic fields travelling
through space.
 All electromagnetic waves are transverse waves.

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