### Definition of Amplitudes

1. Noun. (plural of amplitude) ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Amplitudes

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### Literary usage of Amplitudes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The California Earthquake of April 18, 1906: Report of the State Earthquake by Andrew Cowper Lawson, Harry Fielding Reid (1910)
"PERIODS AND amplitudes. The study of the seismograms reveals the periods of ... The amplitudes on the two components at right angles to each other do not ..."

2. Algebra: An Elementary Text-book, for the Higher Classes of Secondary by George Chrystal (1904)
"... amplitudes of the factors. For we can always find an angle <j> lying between 0 and 2-r, ... tlie sum of the amplitudes of tlie n complex numbers. ..."

3. Electromagnetic Theory of Light by Charles Emerson Curry (1905)
"cos 0. tan 00' .(91) where 90 and 0, are to be replaced by their values from formulae (>ili The amplitudes of the Tiyo Refracted Waves.—The amplitudes ..."

4. Electric Oscillations and Electric Waves: With Application to by George Washington ( Pierce (1920)
"In the determination of the amplitudes in the case of the free ... Determination of amplitudes in Case of the Discharge ot the Primary Condenser with ..."

5. The Theory of Sound by John William Strutt Rayleigh (1896)
"ON THE VIBRATIONS OF COMPOUND SYSTEMS WHEN THE amplitudes ARE NOT INFINITELY SMALL. IN §§ 67, 68 we have found second approximations for the vibrations of ..."

6. Elementary Treatise on the Wave-theory of Light by Humphrey Lloyd (1857)
"The vis viva is preserved ; from which it follows that the masses of ether put in motion, multiplied by the squares of the amplitudes of vibration, ..."

7. A Treatise on Physical Optics by Alfred Barnard Basset (1892)
"We shall now obtain expressions for the ratio of the amplitudes, and the difference ... Let B and A be the amplitudes of the two components of the incident ..."