Distance between two consecutive nodes or one node & anti-node – Physics

Distance between two consecutive nodes or one node & anti-node

Distance between two consecutive nodes is half of the wavelength, which is:

L = λ/2

And the distance between one node & one anti-node is given by:

L = λ/4


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