Difference between Longitudinal and Transverse Waves

Longitudinal and Transverse Waves

 

Longitudinal Waves:

 

  1. In longitudinal waves, particles of the medium vibrate in the direction of the waves.

 

  1. The portion of wave in which particles of medium are very close to each other is called compression.

 

  1. Examples of longitudinal waves are sound wave and seismic waves.

 

  1. Distance between the centre of two compressions and rarefactions is called wave-length.

 

 

Transverse Waves:

 

  1. In transverse waves, particles of the medium vibrate in the direction perpendicular to the direction of wave.

 

  1. The portion in which particles of medium are higher than their normal position is called crest.

 

  1. Examples of transverse wave are microwaves and radio waves.

 

  1. Distance between two crests and troughs is called wavelength.

 

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