Subject: Why do certain frequencies cause more reactive vibrations than others?
Date: Fri Jun 4 17:39:59 1999
Posted by Owen Green
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Los Angeles State/Province: Ca
Area of science: Physics
Certain frequencies in the low registers, specifically 48.999
cycles per second (cps) which is a low "G" note, will cause a
room or space to vibrate far more so than even lower frequencies.
Re: Why do certain frequencies cause more reactive vibrations than others?
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