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10                    HAND-BOOK OF ACOUSTICS.
Fig. 8 (1).
different amplitudes; while in fig. 8 (3), we have three waves of same length and amplitude, but of varying forms.
Fig. 8 (2).                                                Fig. 8 (3).
We now have to inquire into the nature of the movements of the particles of water which form the wave. The following apparatus will assist the student in this inquiry. Fig. 9 represents a box
about four feet long, four inches broad, and six inches deep, with either one or both the long sides of glass, and caulked with marine