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A waves on water distance and time Gratnell tray

This video explains how to measure the speed of water waves using an alternative to the ripple tank wave experiment; water in a Gratnell tray. In order to calculate the speed of a wave, we need to measure the distance covered by a wave in the time it takes to cover that distance.

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