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The sum of two counter-propagating waves (of equal amplitude and frequency) creates a standing wave . Standing waves commonly arise when a boundary blocks further propagation of the wave, thus causing wave reflection, and therefore introducing a counter-propagating wave. For example, when a violin string is displaced, transverse waves propagate out to where the string is held in place at the bridge and the nut , where the waves are reflected back. At the bridge and nut, the two opposed waves are in antiphase and cancel each other, producing a node . Halfway between two nodes there is an antinode , where the two counter-propagating waves enhance each other maximally. There is no net propagation of energy over time.

Markup declarations can affect the content of the document, as passed from an XML processor to an application; examples are attribute defaults and entity declarations. The standalone document declaration, which may appear as a component of the XML declaration, signals whether or not there are such declarations which appear external to the document entity or in parameter entities. [ Definition : An external markup declaration is defined as a markup declaration occurring in the external subset or in a parameter entity (external or internal, the latter being included because non-validating processors are not required to read them).]

Eq 2 particle effects

eq 2 particle effects

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