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Investigation 5 PHYS1110

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Aim is to investigate the fundamental frequency of an air column (tube) using different frequency sound signals, from which the speed of sound in air may be found.

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Investigation 5 PHYS1110
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Acoustics Physics Waves Sound Physical quantities Fluid dynamics Acoustic resonance Wavelength Fundamental frequency Speed of sound Electron Frequency
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Acoustics Physics Waves Sound Physical quantities Fluid dynamics Acoustic resonance Wavelength Fundamental frequency Speed of sound Electron Frequency
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Collaboration You may either do this investigation alone or with up to one other person currently enrolled in the course (i.e. you may not work as a group of three or more). If you work with someone else you need to acknowledge your collaborator (include their name and student number in the report). In this case you must answer the questions individually even if your data is the same. If you have identical answers that will be considered plagiarism, so while it is OK to collect the data together you need to answer the questions and plot the graphs etc. as individuals. Equipment • A tall container • A ruler • A cardboard tube around 4 cm in diameter and at least 20 cm long • An iPad with tone generator app • A set of headphones • A camer...
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