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What is the difference between a compressional wave and a transverse wave?

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Longitudinal waves are waves that have the same direction of oscillation or vibration along their direction of travel, which means that the oscillation of the medium (particle) is in the same direction or opposite direction as the motion of the wave. Transverse waves are those in which the wave components oscillate in a perpendicular direction to that of the wave motion.


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