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Hello, I have just finished performing The Rubens Tube experiment. As my teachers have encourage me to interview someone, I would like to ask the following about the results of the experiment:
Why do the flames behave this way? (forming a wave-like shape depending on the sound being played)
What causes this?
And lastly, please if possible, can picture be used help explain the answers.
Please add a reference for me to credit the answers to.
Thanks so much!
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- Project Question: Question: Do sound waves effect fire?
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