Register to reply 
Wavelength  distance between a node and adjacent antinodeby keemosabi
Tags: wavelength 
Share this thread: 
#1
Dec1408, 07:51 PM

P: 109

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
A tube of air is open at only one end and has a length of 1.7 m. This tube sustains a standing wave at its third harmonic. What is the distance between one node and the adjacent antinode? 2. Relevant equations v = f (lambda) 3. The attempt at a solution If it's in the third harmonic, that means the length of the tube is equal to 1.25 wavelengths. So, 1.7 / 1.25 = 1.36. The distance between an antinode and the adjacent node is .25 lambda, so 1.36 * .25 = .34m. So .34m is the answer. 


#2
Dec1408, 07:57 PM

HW Helper
P: 4,433

If it's in the third harmonic, who many nodes and anti nodes are formed in the tube?



#3
Dec1408, 08:10 PM

P: 109




#4
Dec1408, 09:24 PM

P: 109

Wavelength  distance between a node and adjacent antinode
Can someone tell me what I did wrong?



#5
Dec1408, 09:59 PM

HW Helper
P: 4,433

In the tube closed at one end, third harmonic is the first overtone. So L = 3*lambda/4



Register to reply 
Related Discussions  
[Multiple Choice] ...wavelength of an object. de Broglie wavelength  Introductory Physics Homework  11  
How we can find wavelength of a wavepacket?  Quantum Physics  1  
Can a stationary, massive particle have a de Broglie wavelength?  Introductory Physics Homework  2  
Wavelength problem  Introductory Physics Homework  1  
Wavelenth and Velocoty  Introductory Physics Homework  2 