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Antonyms for antinode

(physics) the point of maximum displacement in a periodic system

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I've figured out when the peacocking paepi I stop and photograph at Seoul Fashion Week are socially unusual antinodes, who themselves define and are defined by normal, non-peacocking people who are the nodes.
A maximum signal, therefore, indicates a pressure antinode (a displacement node) and a minimum signal indicates a pressure node (a displacement antinode).
A photon is a unit (packet) of energy from standing half waves at the antinodes where the speed of light is relative to infinity and mass is part of infinity.
Besides, the two antinodes have the same amplitude for warm winters unlike for cold and all winters, which reinforces the concept of a pure wavenumber-1 mode.
Studies on seiches confirm that the largest movements are formed when the period of the shock waves matches approximately the same period as one of the seiche modes or frequency of oscillation of the body of water, and complex stationary waves have several nodes and antinodes.
Note that one doesn't have to have different size particles in a rotating tube to be able to see nodes and antinodes but the segregation of different sized particles makes the results dramatic.
It is not necessary to consider the differences between s- and p-polarized IR beams since a considerable number of antinodes existed for the IR standing wave within these films (24, 25).
However, as our sensor extends in size, its extremities were instead slightly stretched and attached at about the antinodes of the same first mode (at one extremity and at the middle of the log).
0), indicating that the six highest modes contain 28, 17, 12, 10, 8, and 7 antinodes respectively.