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An Interference Method for the Measurement of the Speed of Sound in Liquids
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192 vibrations 20 degrees 8.1 degrees absolute values adjustable condenser amplitude apparatus armature bell brass spring brass tube bubbles cent Chemie Colladon and Sturm column of water compressibility connected constant correction factor current which passes density diameter diaphragm elasticity electro-magnets error ether experiments fork free water gases gram Helmholtz inter INTERFERENCE METHOD intermittent current interrupter Kundt's laboratory method Laplace length magnets Martini measurement mercury meters per second minima motor Multiplying observing end obtained overtones piece of rubber pitch platinum point point which dips propagation of sound ratio reservoir resonator rod of metal rotary rubber hose screw sonometer sound in free SOUND IN LIQUIDS sound transmitted sound waves sources were acting specific heats speed in free speed of sound square root storage cells temperatures between 15 thick tone tuned varying vibration number vibrations per second walls water at various wave-length Wertheim