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How to Use a Candle to Study Sound Waves
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Fig. 1.

Initial position at the extremity of the flame (red circle). The vertical and horizontal lines represent the reference frame.

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Fig. 2.

Tracker's “Data Tools” analysis of the flame's oscillation, showing the amplitude in cm as a function of time in seconds.

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Fig. 3.

Experimental data of the flame's oscillation amplitude as a function of the inverse distance to the loudspeaker. The square Pearson correlation coefficient ( ) suggests a good linear relationship.

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