Translation of standing wave in Spanish:

standing wave

onda estacionaria, n.


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    onda estacionaria feminine
    • There will just be a standing wave created between one place and another, as all points on the wave would have zero net displacement.
    • A dipole force of the standing wave generated by the laser focused the atom beam.
    • The position of the standing wave in the z-direction is controlled by a piezodriven translation stage which is controlled to better than 10-nm precision.
    • Supposedly, a standing wave could be set up between the mirrors, which a disturbance would alter.
    • Instead, switches consisting of vials of water in which standing waves were excited ultrasonically were placed in the paths of the photons 1 and 2.
    • Researchers currently focus atoms using a laser-generated standing wave near the surface.
    • As the mixture burns, the length of tube above it increases and the wavelength of the standing wave increases.
    • Strangely enough the way in which these chambers have been built means that sounds produced by the human voice can create low frequency standing waves.
    • Because the electron is confined to move along the circumference of the nanotube, standing waves arise that have discrete wavelengths.
    • If the distance from the antenna to the earpiece is a whole number of wavelengths, a standing wave is set up in the cable.
    • Vibrating a fluid-filled pan with a specially prepared bottom creates quasiperiodic standing waves on the surface.
    • For Schrödinger, the characteristic discreteness of quantum states arose from underlying continuity, like the normal modes of standing waves.
    • If two counter-propagating lasers were set up to create a standing wave, the resulting electric field gradient would direct particles toward the wave's nodes.
    • In effect, they trade the translational kinetic energy of a traveling wave for more displacement energy in a standing wave.
    • Thus, the vertebral muscles are almost certainly involved in forming traveling waves during swimming, and standing waves during both lateral undulation and vermiform locomotion.
    • According to Schrodinger, electrons confined in their orbits would set up standing waves and you could describe only the probability of where an electron could be.
    • By reflecting laser light back on itself, researchers create unmoving standing waves that, if created in a three-dimensional grid, can trap atoms.
    • Note that the reflecting walls and the constant frequency of the microwaves set up standing waves in the chamber.
    • Free oscillations of a sphere are three-dimensional standing waves and require three overtone numbers.
    • Simply put, if you play one frequency into your left ear and another different frequency into your right ear, then your brain makes up the difference and sets up a standing wave of that frequency.