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Concept# Index of wave articles

Summary

This is a list of wave topics.
21 cm line
Abbe prism
Absorption spectroscopy
Absorption spectrum
Absorption wavemeter
Acoustic wave
Acoustic wave equation
Acoustics
Acousto-optic effect
Acousto-optic modulator
Acousto-optics
Airy disc
Airy wave theory
Alfvén wave
Alpha waves
Amphidromic point
Amplitude
Amplitude modulation
Animal echolocation
Antarctic Circumpolar Wave
Antiphase
Aquamarine Power
Arrayed waveguide grating
Artificial wave
Atmospheric diffraction
Atmospheric wave
Atmospheric waveguide
Atom laser
Atomic clock
Atomic mirror
Audience wave
Autowave
Averaged Lagrangian
Babinet's principle
Backward wave oscillator
Bandwidth-limited pulse
beat
Berry phase
Bessel beam
Beta wave
Black hole
Blazar
Bloch's theorem
Blueshift
Boussinesq approximation (water waves)
Bow wave
Bragg diffraction
Bragg's law
Breaking wave
Bremsstrahlung, Electromagnetic radiation
Brillouin scattering
Bullet bow shockwave
Burgers' equation
Business cycle
Capillary wave
Carrier wave
Cherenkov radiation
Chirp
Ernst Chladni
Circular polarization
Clapotis
Closed waveguide
Cnoidal wave
Coherence (physics)
Coherence length
Coherence time
Cold wave
Collimated light
Collimator
Compton effect
Comparison of analog and digital recording
Computation of radiowave attenuation in the atmosphere
Continuous phase modulation
Continuous wave
Convective heat transfer
Coriolis frequency
Coronal mass ejection
Cosmic microwave background radiation
Coulomb wave function
Cutoff frequency
Cutoff wavelength
Cymatics
Damped wave
Decollimation
Delta wave
Dielectric waveguide
Diffraction
Direction finding
Dispersion (optics)
Dispersion (water waves)
Dispersion relation
Dominant wavelength
Doppler effect
Doppler radar
Douglas Sea Scale
Draupner wave
Droplet-shaped wave
Duhamel's principle
E-skip
Earthquake
Echo (phenomenon)
Echo sounding
Echolocation (animal)
Echolocation (human)
Eddy (fluid dynamics)
Edge wave
Eikonal equation
Ekman layer
Ekman spiral
Ekman transport
El Niño–Southern Oscillation
Electroencephalography
Electromagnetic electron wave
Electromagnetic

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