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Investigation 5: Measuring the Speed of Sound in Air Using Resonance

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Investigation 5: Measuring the Speed of Sound in Air Using Resonance
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Acoustics Physics Waves Sound Physical quantities Acoustic resonance Fluid dynamics Wavelength Frequency Wave Resonance Speed of sound
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Acoustics Physics Waves Sound Physical quantities Acoustic resonance Fluid dynamics Wavelength Frequency Wave Resonance Speed of sound
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By performing this investigation, one will gain an understanding of • Resonance • Standing waves in air columns • End Effects Equipment • A tall container filled with water • A ruler (smallest increment: 0.1cm) • PVC tube (length: 21.3cm, diameter: 4.0cm) • iPad mini • Headphones • Pencil • Camera (in use) ________________ Risk Assessment Tasks Hazards (Step 3) Risk rating with existing controls (Step 5) C L R Using a computer/electronic device near water Associated Existing risk controls risks (Step 4) Electrical Damage to Keep electrical 2 C M device device device as far from getting wet water as possible Electrocution Mop up any spills immediately Do not hold...
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