Tuning Fork Experiment - Coupled Tuning Forks [video]
Naval Postgraduate School Physics
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Not so much a tuning fork experiment but a tuning fork demonstration. In this video Dr. Andres Larraza of the Naval postgraduate school in Monterey California demonstrates coupled tuning forks. A tuning fork resonant frequency is determined by the length of the prongs and the mass of the prongs.
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