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Stationary wave produced by interference
 
Notice that the distance node to node is equal to half the wavelength of the travelling waves.
 
 
 
 
Two identical sets of waves travelling in opposite sense
 
You can not actually see the two waves separately, of course.
Only the stationary wave (the sum of these two) is observed.
 
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