The harmonics poster has the first five harmonics in a rainbow of colors.
When you vibrate a string, you can get standing waves. The frequencies that produce standing waves are called the wave’s harmonics.
This poster shows he first five harmonics of a wave on a string.
The harmonics of a particular wave have frequencies that are whole-number integer multiples of the original frequency. For example, if the first harmonic has a frequency of 100 Hz, the second harmonic has a frequency of 200 Hz, the third harmonic has a frequency of 300 Hz and so on.
The wavelength and frequency are multiplied to find the speed. Since the speed of a wave is fixed in a particular medium, increasing the frequency decreases the wavelength. You can see that each of the harmonics has a shorter wavelength.
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