The air in a closed tube 34 cm long is vibrating with 2 nodes and 2 antinodes and the temperature is 51oC. What is the wavelength of waves produced in air outside the tube when the temperature of air is 16oC?
Since it is a closed tube and vibrating with 2 nodes and 2 antinodes, the length of the tube = λ.
Hence λ = 34
If n is the frequency and v51 is the velocity, then
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