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noun 1. Physics. the distance, measured in the direction of propagation of a wave, between two successive points in the wave that are characterized by the same phase ...

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In physics, the **wavelength** of a sinusoidal wave is the spatial period of the wave—the distance over which the wave's shape repeats, [1] and the inverse of the ...

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**wavelength** wave·length (wāv′lĕngkth′, -lĕngth′, -lĕnth′) n. The distance between one peak of a wave to the next corresponding peak, or between any two ...

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:the distance from one wave of energy to another as it is traveling from one point to another point —used especially in the phrases on the same **wavelength** and on a ...

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What is **wavelength**? Forms of electromagnetic radiation like radio waves, light waves or infrared (heat) waves make characteristic patterns as they travel through space.

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**Wavelength**, **wavelength** Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. distance between corresponding points of two consecutive waves. “Corresponding points” refers to two points ...

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One of the most unconventional and experimental films ever made, **Wavelength** is a structural film of a 45-minute long zoom in on a window over a period of a week.

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The Formula for **Wavelength** is given by the equation: $\lambda$ = $\frac{V}{f}$ where V = Speed of the wave, f = frequency of the wave. The above equation is also ...

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Directed by Mike Gray. With Robert Carradine, Cherie Currie, Keenan Wynn, Cal Bowman. Two young lovers learn that a small group of child-like space aliens are ...

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**Wavelength** is the distancebetween identical points in the adjacent cycles of a waveform signal propogated in space or along a wire, as shown in the illustration.