can longitudinal waves be polarised true of false explain.
Asked by | 19th Sep, 2008, 12:48: AM
no they cant because polarisation occurs only when vibrations are perpedicular to the direction of propogation of the waves. As i longitudinal waves, vibrations occur along the direction of propogation of wave, it cannot be polarised.
Answered by | 19th Sep, 2008, 08:36: AM
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