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Which phenomenon is associated only with transverse waves?


What role do polarization filters play in three dimensional projection?

What role do polarization filters play in three-dimensional projection? Polarizing filters allow the left-eye image to be seen only by the left eye, and the right-eye image to be seen only by the right eye. The hologram appears to be three dimensional. You can look around objects in a hologram.

What type of wave is light longitudinal or transverse?

The most common transverse and longitudinal waves are light waves and sound waves, respectively. All electromagnetic waves (light waves, microwaves, X-rays, radio waves) are transverse. All sound waves are longitudinal.

Is diffraction more pronounced for a longer wavelength?

Diffraction is more pronounced through a small opening, where small is compared to a wavelength. Longer wavelengths.

Why do longer waves diffract?

What counts as “small” depends on the wavelength. If the hole is smaller than the wavelength, then the wavefronts coming out of the hole will be circular. Therefore, longer wavelengths diffract more than shorter wavelengths.

What wave has the highest frequency?

Gamma rays

What is the most common vowel letter?


Are there any words that use all 26 letters?

An English pangram is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the English alphabet. The most well known English pangram is probably “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog”. A perfect pangram is a pangram where each of the letters appears only once.

Is Z getting removed from the alphabet?

Surprising as it sounds, it looks like the English alphabet will be losing one of its letters on June 1st. The announcement came from the English Language Central Commission (ELCC).

Basically, you are free to use it for commercial use as long as you attribute the Ethereum Foundation. You just can’t say things like ‘Official Ethereum Swag’, ‘Ethereum Foundation approved’, etc. unless given permission to do so by the Ethereum Foundation.