beat wave


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beat wave

n.
A wave whose amplitude varies periodically, produced by the superposition of two waves of different frequencies.
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We illustrate here that two such component waves generated in opposite directions and propagating at speed c between walls in a one-dimensional box, superpose into a traveling beat wave of wavelength [[LAMBDA].
expressed by (5) is a traveling beat wave, as plotted versus X in Fig.
The beat wave conjoined with its transportation of the particle's mass represents thereby a periodic process of the particle, of a wavelength and wavevector equal to [[Lambda].
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The other way to conduct the experiment is to measure the beat wave number [?
Note that in this case the screen is "parallel" or "tangent" to the vibrating part of the absolute continuum, and what is observed, are the dark and light strips corresponding the the different values of the amplitude of the beat wave.
9], then the beat wave length is expected to be [[epsilon].
v) The component total waves making up the electron beat wave at A is generated by the source in a brief time [delta]t when at A, a wave frequency ~V = 511 ke V/h [?
On transition the source detaches the entire single beat wave [[psi]k.
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