transverse waves can travel on the tops of liquids, however, not through them
transverse waves travels dense medium.
Longitudinal waves vibrate in the direction of the wave travel and transverse waves vibrate perpendicular (transverse) to the direction of wave travel.
Sure, electromagnetic waves are transverse waves.
Ultraviolet waves are part of the Electromagnetic Spectrum which all travel as transverse waves.
Light ONLY travels in transverse waves.
No, it travels in transverse waves.
No. light travels as transverse waves.
longitudinal waves travel in the direction parallel to the Surface, which are P waves, and transverse waves travel in the direction perpendicular to the surface, which causes destructive earthquakes. Which are S waves.
Longitudinal waves. The other category of waves, transverse waves, can't travel in a gas. This is valid in the case of mechanical waves; because electromagnetic waves are also transverse waves, and they can travel even in a vacuum.
Gamma rays are longitudinal.All electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature that is their vibrations are perpendicular to the direction of travel of waves.
The particles in longitudinal waves travel parallel to the direction of the wave, whereas the particles in transverse waves travel perpendicular to the direction of the wave.
THROUGH air or water transverse waves cannot travel. But on the surface of water transverse waves can be produced
Microwaves are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and are transverse waves in that the displacement is perpendicular to the direction of travel.
A transverse wave are waves that move the medium at right angles to the direction in which the waves travel.
Transverse waves are a type of mechanical wave. A mechanical wave is a wave that needs a medium (type of substance such as gas, liquid or solid) to travel through. Transverse waves move the medium perpendicular to the energy. Transverse waves are like ocean waves. Electromagnetic waves are waves that don't need a medium to travel on. Electromagnetic waves can be transverse or longitudinal. Longitudinal waves are waves that that compress and rarefact or get close together/bunch up and stretch apart.
Transverse waves will move across the direction of travel.
they are transverse waves, they can travel through a vacuum,
Transverse waves are waves which travel in a direction perpendicular to the direction of the vibrations
no they do not, they can travel through vacuums and do not need particles to travel as sound waves do. radio waves are transverse waves whereas sound waves are not
electomagnetic waves are transverse waves... electromagnetic waves do not need any medium to travel
Yes, but only EM waves don't.
they both need medium to travel. :)
They travel as longitudinal waves.
Electromagnetic. Or you might be looking for transverse.