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# What is node and anti node?

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Node (physics) A node is a point along a standing wave where the wave has minimum amplitude. For instance, in a vibrating guitar string, the ends of the string are nodes. Anti node-the position of maximum displacement in a standing wave system.

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One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive...
One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive and large negative displacement. These are the points that undergo the maximum displacement during each vibrational cycle of the standing wave. In a sense, these points are the opposite of nodes, and so they are called antinodes. read less

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One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive...
One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive and large negative displacement. These are the points that undergo the maximum displacement during each vibrational cycle of the standing wave. In a sense, these points are the opposite of nodes, and so they are called antinodes. A standing wave pattern always consists of an alternating pattern of nodes and antinodes. read less

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A node is a point on standing wave where the amplitude is minimum and anti node is the point of maximum amplitude between adjecent two nodes.

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One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive...
One characteristic of every standing wave pattern is that there are points along the medium that appear to be standing still. These points, sometimes described as points of no displacement, are referred to as nodes. There are other points along the medium that undergo vibrations between a large positive and large negative displacement. These are the points that undergo the maximum displacement during each vibrational cycle of the standing wave. In a sense, these points are the opposite of nodes, and so they are called antinodes. A standing wave pattern always consists of an alternating pattern of nodes and antinodes. The animation shown below depicts a rope vibrating with a standing wave pattern. The nodes and antinodes are labeled on the diagram. When a standing wave pattern is established in a medium, the nodes and the antinodes are always located at the same position along the medium; they are standing still. It is this characteristic that has earned the pattern the name standing wave. A standing wave is established upon a vibrating string using a harmonic oscillator and a frequency generator. A strobe is used to illuminate the string several times during each cycle. The finger is pointing at a nodal position. read less

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Basically nodes and anti nodes are the characteristics typically of a non progressive/standing wave. Nodes are the points in the medium where the particles are at rest or have zero displacement whereas the antinodes are the points where the particles have maximum displacement. To know more about...
Basically nodes and anti nodes are the characteristics typically of a non progressive/standing wave. Nodes are the points in the medium where the particles are at rest or have zero displacement whereas the antinodes are the points where the particles have maximum displacement. To know more about the formation of standing waves, refer to XI std text waves chapter. Good luck!! read less

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A node is a point along a standing wave where the wave has minimum amplitude. For instance, in a vibrating guitar string, the ends of the string are nodes

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The points with no displacement in a wave pattern is called node. Opposite of node is called antinode. i.e points with max. displacement

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A node is a point along a standing wave where the wave has minimum amplitude(or zero). For instance, in a vibrating guitar string, the ends of the string are nodes. Anti-node is the region or point of maximum amplitude between adjacent nodes and vibrates back and forth.

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