electromagnetic waves do not require medium for their propagation. such as radio waves.
There are basically two types of waves;mechanical and electromagnetic waves.Mechanical waves are waves that require a material medium for their peopagation e.g sound waves, water waves e.t.c.On the other hand, electromagnetic waves are waves that do not require a material medium for its propagation e.g light waves, gamma rays.As indicated from the above definitions, the main difference between mechanical waves and other waves(electromagnetic waves) is is that sound waves require a material for its propagation while the latter does not.
Wave propagation is any of the ways in which waves travel.With respect to the direction of the oscillation relative to the propagation direction, we can distinguish between longitudinal wave and transverse waves.For electromagnetic waves, propagation may occur in a vacuum as well as in a material medium. Most other wave types cannot propagate through vacuum and need a transmission medium to exist
both types of waves when passes through a medium the particles of the medium starts to vibrate they require a medium for their propagation energy is transferred from one place to another both r types of mechanical waves in both types of waves the particles oscillate about their mean position
Here are two types of wave motion depending on the direction of wave propagation and the vibration of particles of the medium:1.Transverse waves:When the particles of a medium vibrate in a direction at right angles to the direction of propagation of the disturbance through the medium, the waves set up in the medium are called transverse waves.2.Longitudinal waves:When the particles of a medium vibrate in the direction of propagation of the disturbance through the medium, the waves set up in the medium are called longitudinal waves
All types require a medium. Light waves require the free space medium, z= h/Q2 .
Three types of mechanical waves are transverse, longitudinal, & surface waves. Mechanical waves require a material medium to travel.
all wave are produced by a source but mechanical waves requires material medium to propagate it e.g is sound wave which is a mechanical wave needs material medium for it's propagation i.e material medium like air molecule,sound travels by vibration of air molecule that's why sound can't travel in a vacuum.....
Electromagnetic waves. They travel in space-time. Also, light waves dont require a medium. :) Brittany <3Luv u<3~<3~
There are four main types of plant propagation -cuttingdividingsowing seedair layering
A wave is produced due to the disturbance of particles of a medium. Waves are produced when particles of a medium vibrates. Energy is transferred from one point to other point when a wave propagates. There are two types of waves including transverse waves and longitudinal waves. Transverse waves are those waves in which movement of particles is perpendicular to the propagation of wave. Those waves in which movement of particles or disturbance in particles is parallel to the propagation of waves, are called longitudinal waves. Moreover, electromagnetic waves do not require any medium for their production
Mechanical waves are those which requires a material medium to traverse through. Where as electromagnetic waves can pass through both material as well as vacuum. Mechanical waves are of two category. One is longitudinal. Best example is Sound Waves. The particles of the medium through which sound traverses would vibrate parallel to the direction of propagation. The other one is transverse. In this the vibrations of the particle would be perpendicular to the direction of propagation. Example waves on the surface of water. Electromagnetic waves are always transverse in nature as electrical and magnetic vectors would be perpendicular to the direction of propagation. Bets example is visible light.
The painting medium includes acrylic and tempera material because they do not mix. Acrylic and tempera materials are types of the water soluble paint.
Electromagnetic waves do not require a medium to travel (light, radio).
what type of artificial plant propagation, the scion and the rockstock must be compatible for them to unite permanently
No. They are two different types of waves. Mechanical waves require a medium, such as air, to travel through. Electromagnetic waves do not need a medium to travel through.
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A wave is the displacement of energy propagation along a medium ...sound wavesair wavesmagnetic wavessolar waveshand wavelight waveswater waves
Electromagnetic waves are the types of waves that do not need a medium (example: matter) to conduct its energy.
Mechanical waves.For example, sound waves, ocean waves, etc.Many waves need a medium to travel: sound waves, water waves, and seismic waves.Electromagnetic waves do not need a medium.
Producing new plants from the propagules of existing plant is known as plant propagation. It may be sexual, asexual and vegetative types.
plant propagation means producing same type of plant by different type 1. propagation by seed 2. vegetative propagation Bud sprout 3. Grafting 4. Budding 5. Layering 6. Tissue culture
i. Transmission ii. Reflection iii. Diffraction
Frequency = cycles/secondWavelength = distance/cycleFrequency * Wavelength = cycles/second * distance/cycle = distance/second = speed of propagation of that type of waveFor electrometric radiation in a vacuum this will be a constant across the entire spectrum, but not when the radiation is in a material medium. For other types of waves this may be constant or vary in complex ways across the spectrum.