What is a wave motion?

Asked by shibasis | 12th Feb, 2012, 12:41: AM

Expert Answer:

The process by which a disturbance at one point is propagated to another point more remote from the source with no net transport of the material of the medium itself; examples include the motion of electromagnetic waves, sound waves, hydrodynamic waves in liquids, and vibration waves in solids. Also known as propagation; wave propagation. 

Answered by  | 12th Feb, 2012, 06:48: AM

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