Subject: Why do the oboe and clarinet resonate differentlyt?
Date: Sun Mar 30 17:52:07 1997
Posted by: Emily Clem
Grade level: 10-12
School/Organization: Athens High School
City: Athens State/Province: AL
Area of science: Physics
Message ID: 859765927.Ph
Why do the oboe and clarinet resonate differentlyt?
Our physics textbook states that the oboe resonates as an
open pipe because it has a conical bore while the clarinet
acts like a closed pipe due to its cylindrical bore. Why does
the difference in the bore make one a closed pipe and the other
an open pipe?
Re:Why do the oboe and clarinet resonate differentlyt?
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