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29 November, 04:30

What is the movement of alternating compressions and rarefactions?

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  1. 29 November, 04:42
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    Alternating compressions and rarefactions produce a wave. One compression and one rarefaction is called a wavelength.

    Compression happens when molecules are forced, or pressed, together. Rarefaction occurs when molecules are given extra space and allowed to expand.
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