REFERENCES

REFERENCES SECTION H

H1: NATURE OF SOUND

H1-01: BELL IN VACUUM
R. B Lindsay, Transmission of Sound Through Air at Low Pressure, AJP 16, 371-377, (1948).
Junru Wu, Are Sound Waves Isothermal or Adiabatic, AJP 58, 694-696, (1990).
Bell and Chime Installation Instructions, Simples Times Recorder Co. Gardner, Mass.
David Gavenda, Bell in a Bell Jar I, TPT 41, 316-317 (2003).
Burt Brody, Bell in a Bell Jar II, TPT 41, 317 (2003).
Clifford Swartz, Bell in a Bell Jar III, TPT 41, 317-318 (2003).
Dejun Han, Improved Bell-in-a-Bell-Jar Demonstration, TPT 41, 278-279 (2003).

H1-02: SPEAKER AND CANDLE
None.

H1-03: BELLS
None.

H1-04: BELL IN VACUUM - PORTABLE
None.

H1-11: MICROPHONE AND OSCILLOSCOPE
None.

H1-12: VISIBLE WAVEFORMS ON LARGE SPEAKERS
None.

H1-13: WAVEFORM GENERATOR, SPEAKER AND OSCILLISCOPE
None.

H1-21: SPEED OF SOUND -PHASE CHANGE
Instructions Sheet for Model 9301 Dual Function Generator, Pasco Scientific.
W. W. Sleator, Proofs of the Equation U=(E/p)^1/2 For the Velocity of Sound, AJP 17, 51-62, (1949).
Austin J. O'Leary, Elementary Derivation of Equations for Wave Speeds, AJP 22, 327-334, (1954).
Austin J. O'Leary, On a Derivation of the Equation for the Speed of Sound by W. W. Sleator, AJP 25, 115-116, (1957).
H. J. Wintle, Measurement of the Velocity of Sound in Gases, AJP 31, 942-943, (1963).
F. E. Christensen, Determination of the Velocity of Sound in Air, TPT 2, (1964).
Jon P. Vickery, Determination of the Velocity of Sound in Air, TPT 3, (1965).
Kenneth Geo. Keith, Demonstration Experiment to Show the Effect of Pressure Variation on the Velocity of Sound in a Gas, TPT 3, 30, (1965).
E. U. Condon, Note on the Velocity of Sound, TPT 3, 80, (1965).
Wayne M. Wright, Experiment for the Study of Acoustic Wave Phenomena, AJP 38, 110-111 (1970).
N. H. Fletcher, Adiabatic Assumption for Wave Propagation, AJP 42, 487-489 (1974).
Franklin Muirhead, RESONANCE TUBE FOR MEASUREMENT OF THE SPEED OF SOUND, TPT 17, 131 (1979).
P. J. Ouseph and James J. Link, Variation of speed of sound in air with temperature, AJP 52, 661 (1984).
G. B. Karshner, Direct method for measuring the speed of sound, AJP 57, 920-922 (1989).
Loren M. Winters, A Visual Measurement of the Speed of Sound, TPT 31, 284-285 (1993).
Edwin A. Karlow, Culvert whistlers: Harmonizing the wave and ray models, AJP 68, 531-539 (2000).
S. J. S. Morris, Sound speed without entropy, AJP 70, 495-497 (2002).
Brian E. Martin, Measuring the speed of soundvariation on a familiar theme, TPT 39, 424-426 (2001).
F. L. Roman, A. Gonzalez, J. A. White, and S. Velasco, The speed of sound in a hard disk gas: A computer simulation, AJP 70, 847-851 (2002).
Diego A. Luna, Mariano A. Real, and Debora V. Duran, Undergraduate experiment to measure the speed of sound in liquid by diffraction of light, AJP 70, 874-875 (2002).

H1-22: SPEED OF SOUND - USING PULSES
Instructions Sheet for Model 9301 Dual Function Generator, Pasco Scientific.
John E. Girard, DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE SPEED OF SOUND, TPT 17, 393 (1979).
D. S. Gale, Measuring the speed of sound, AJP 48, 498 (1980).
J. C. Albergotti, Speed of sound by a time-of-flight method, AJP 49, 595-596 (1981).
Leonard Yarmus, Pulsed waves: Reflections and the speed of sound, AJP 64, 903-906 (1996).
Rand S. Worland and D. David Wilson, The speed of sound in air as a function of temperature, TPT 37, 53-57 (1999).
Inge H. A. Pettersen, Speed of sound in gases using an ultrasonic motion detector, TPT 40, 284-286 (2002).

H1-23: SPEED OF SOUND IN ALUMINUM
Oakes Ames, A Direct Measurement of the Speed of Sound in Rods, AJP 38, 1151-1152 (1970).
Charles R. Rhyner, Measurement of the Speed of Sound in Metal Rods, AJP 38, 1152-1153 (1970).
Gerald P. Hart, Measurement of the Speed of Sound in Metal Rods Using the Microcomputer, TPT 54, 89, (1986).
Michael T. Frank and Edward Kluk, Velocity of Sound in Solids, TPT 29, 246-251 (1991).
Tony Key, Robert Smidrovskis, and Milton From, Measuring the speed of sound in a solid, TPT 38, 76-77 (2000).
David Potter, The speed of sound in an iron rod, TPT 40, 56-57 (2002).

H1-24: SPEED OF SOUND IN HELIUM
Lecture Demonstration Record Sheet.
Brian Holmes, The Helium-Filled Organ Pipe, TPT 27, 218-219 (1989).

H1-25: SPEED OF SOUND BETWEEN TWO MICROPHONES
None.

H1-26: SPEED OF SOUND IN GARDEN HOSE
Lecture Demonstration Record Sheet.

H1-27: SPEED OF SOUND - LISSAJOUS FIGURES
Richard E. Berg and Dieter R. Brill, Speed of Sound Using Lissajous Figures, TPT 43, 36-39 (2005).

H1-31: SOUND LEVEL METER
Operating Instructions, Realistic Music /Sound, Level Meter Cat. No. 33-1028, Radio Shack.

H1-32: WAVETEK AND AUDIO CART - EQUAL SOUND LEVEL STEPS
None.

H1-41: ULTRASONIC MOTION DETECTOR
Owner's Manual, Intrusion Alarm, Archer Cat. No. 49-300, Radio Shack.

H1-42: ULTRASONIC PEST CONTROLLER
Instructions Sheet, Invento Sonic 2000 Rodent Eliminator, Invento Products, NY.
Instructions Sheet, "Pest Free," Panasony Electronics, Chicago, Ill.

H1-43: ULTRASONICS AND HEARING
None.

H1-44: ULTRASONIC MOTION DETECTOR WAVE FORM
Jeffrey W. Rylander and John J. Miller, Diffraction patterns with light and motion sensors, TPT 37, 106-107 (1999).
Dan MacIsaac and Ari Hamalainen, Physics and technical characteristics of ultrasonic sonar systems, TPT 40, 39-46 (2002).

H1-51: AUDIOTAPE 42 MIN - SCIENCE OF SOUND
Description: "The Science of Sound, " Short Version, Folkway Records FX 6136, N. Y. C., NY.
Transcript: "The Science of Sound, " Long Version, Folkway Records FX 6136, N. Y. C., NY.

H1-52: AUDIOTAPE 82 MIN - SCIENCE OF SOUND
Description: "The Science of Sound, " Long Version, Folkway Records FX 6136, N. Y. C., NY.

H1-53: AUDIOTAPE 8 MIN - WOMB SOUNDS
None.

H2: WAVE PROPERTIES OF SOUND

H2-01: FOCUSING SOUND WITH CONCAVE REFLECTORS
Thomas B. Greenslade, 19th Century Textbook Illustrations IV,TPT 13, 522, (1975).

H2-02: PARABOLIC MICROPHONE
Instructions Manual: TheDan Gibson E.P.M. Model P-500 Parabolic Microphone, R. D. Systems of Canada Ltd.

H2-03: ACOUSTIC RADAR
George Barnes, Echo Ranging, TPT 11, 243-248, (1974).
Instructions Manual, Model 9301 Dual Function Generator, Pasco Scientific.

H2-11: SOUND LENS
Haym Kruglak and Charles C. Kruse, A Visual Method For Demonstrating Refraction of Sound, AJP 8, 260-261, (1940).
Samuel T. Scott, Acoustical Zone Plate, TPT 10, 478-479, (1972).
Harold K. Schilling, Acoustic Experiments on Fresnel Diffraction, AJP 6, 265-269, (1938).
Richard Reis, A Sound Lens, TPT 6, 40-41, (1968).
Charles D. Ross, Blending history with physics: Acoustic refraction, TPT 38, 208-209 (2000).

H2-21: AUDIBLE YOUNG'S EXPERIMENT - GROUP LISTENING
Ralph Baierlein and Vacek Miglus, Illustrating double-slit interference: Yet another way, AJP 59, 857 (1991).
Jim Krider, Tim Cook, Wayne Easterling, and Iwonna Rzanek, Hear and see sound interference, TPT 39, 220-222 (2001).

H2-22: INTEREFERENCE - TRANSPARENCIES
E. L. Cleveland, Double Slit Interference, AJP 27, 521-522, (1975).
Charles E. Miller, A method of Demonstrating the Principles of Interference, AJP 3, 75--76, (1959).
Harald Perlitz, Demonstrating the Principles of Interference, AJP 4, 140, (1936).
David Chandler, Simulate interferencewhile supplies last, TPT 39, 362-363 (2001).

H2-23: INTERFERENCE - KLINGER TRANSPARENT SLIDES
Instructions Manual: Model Experiment of the Interference of Two Series of Waves, Leybold 41504.

H2-24: AUDIBLE YOUNG'S EXPERIMENT - MIKE AND SCOPE
Haywood Blum, Acoustic Interference Experiment, AJP 42, 413-414 (1974).

H2-25: QUINCKE'S INTERFERENCE TUBES
Paul F. Gaehr, Koenig's Interference Apparatus, AJP 15, 426, (1947).
Instructions for the Use of No. 3300 Quincke's Interference Tubes, Welch Scientific.

H2-26: PHASE REVERSAL BETWEEN STEREO SPEAKERS
Robert G. Hunt, Dancing to a Different Tune: Demonstrations of Stereo Sound Interference, TPT 31, 206-207 (1993).

H2-27: PHASE REVERSAL BETWEEN STEREO SPEAKERS - OSCILLATOR
None.

H2-28: FOURIER SYNTHESIZER - ADDITION OF WAVES
None.

H2-31: ACOUSTIC COLLIMATOR
Lecture Demonstration: Design Specs, Acoustical Collimator.
Joel L. Ferguson, Why can we hear but not see around a corner?, AJP 54, 661-662 (1986).

H2-32: SPEAKER WITH BAFFLE
H. Richard Crane, How Things Work: Never Throw a 2-inch Speaker Away: It Has Many Uses, TPT 30, 375-377 (1992).
Burt Brody, Destructive interference with a circular saw blade, TPT 40, 250 (2002).
Michael J. Moloney, Simple acoustic source radiation near a large wall, AJP 71, 794-796 (2003).

H2-33: SPEAKER WITH EXPONENTIAL HORN
None.

H2-41: DOPPLER BALL
G. F. Herrenden Harker, The Doppler Effect When Both Source and Observer are in Motion, AJP 12, 175-177, (1944).
Paul Kirkpatrick, Doppler Beats and Musical Tones, AJP 24, 463-464 (1956).
Frank S. Crawford, Simple Demonstrations of Doppler Effect, Interference, and Radiation Resistance Using a Sonalert, AJP 41, 727-730 (1973).
Robert E. Kelly, Musical Pitch Variations Caused by the Doppler Effect, AJP 42, 452-455 (1974).
George Barnes, A Doppler Experiment, AJP 42, 905-909 (1974).
Herbert T. Wood, Mechanical Analog of the Doppler Effect, TPT 30, 340-341 (1992).
Problem: So you think you understand the Doppler Effect!, AJP 60, 1148 (1992).
Instructions for Doppler Ball C-3669.
Roger Morehouse, Doppler-Effect Equations, TPT 35, 509-511 (1997).
T. J. Bensky and S. E. Frey, Computer sound card assisted measurements of the acoustic Doppler effect for accelerated and unaccelerated sound sources, AJP 69, 1231-1236 (2001).
Marcelo M. F. Saba and Rafael Antonio da S. Rosa, A quantitative demonstration of the Doppler effect, TPT 39, 431-433 (2001).
Bernhard Rothenstein, Teaching the Doppler shift using a machine gun analogy, TPT 39, 468-469 (2001).
Daniel Hoyt, A different viewpoint on Doppler-effect calculations, TPT 40, 14-16 (2002).
Marcelo M. F. Saba and Rafael Antonio da S. Rosa, The Doppler effect of a sound source moving in a circle, TPT 41, 89-91 (2003).

H2-42: DOPPLER EFFECT - TUNING FORK ON STRING
None.

H2-51: BEATS - OSCILLATORS, SPEAKERS & OSCILLOSCOPE
H. J. Janssen and E. L. Flerackers, Beats: An Interference Phenomenon, TPT 17, 188-189, (1979).
W. F. Palmer, Beats and Difference Tones, AJP 30, 386, (1962).
Lecture Demonstrations Records Sheets.
Frazier Worth, Beats: Video Monitors and Cameras, TPT 34, 374 (1996).
K. Razdan and D. A Van Baak, Demonstrating optical beat notes through heterodyne experiments, AJP 70, 1061-1067 (2002).
Thomas B. Greenslade Jr., Foot beats, TPT 40, 534 (2002).

H2-52: BEATS AND RESONANCE - TUNING BARS
Julius Sumner Miller, Demonstration of Beats and the Doppler Effect, AJP 18, 400, (1950).
W. L. Lama, R. Jodoin, and L. Mandel, Superradiance in Radiatively Coupled Tuning Forks, AJP 40, 32-37 (1972).
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Beats Produced by a Moving Tuning Fork, TPT 31, 443 (1993).

H2-53: BEATS - AUDIO OSCILLATORS AND SPEAKERS
None.

H2-54: BEATS - MOIRE PATTERN MODEL
None.

H2-55: BEATS AND RESONANCE - TUNING BOXES
See also demonstration H2-52.

H3: STANDING SOUND WAVES

H3-01: STANDING SOUND WAVES - TWO SOURCES
Robert R. Meijer, Demonstrations on Standing Sound Waves, AJP 16, 360, (1948).
Francis W. Sears, Measurement of the Wavelength of Sound Wave, TPT 3, 79, (1965).
S. S. Lesty, A Method for Measuring the Sound Wavelength in Gases, AJP 31, 996-98, (1963).
J. Rekveld, On the Teaching of "Stand Waves," AJP 26, 159-163, (1958).
Directions For Use of Small Speaker, Leybold Heraeus 58006.

H3-02: STANDING SOUND WAVES - REFLECTION
Robert R. Meijer, Demonstrations on Standing Sound Waves, AJP 16, 360, (1948).
Francis W. Sears, Measurement of the Wavelength of Sound Wave, TPT 3, 79, (1965).
S. S. Lesty, A Method for Measuring the Sound Wavelength in Gases, AJP 31, 996-98, (1963).
J. Rekveld, On the Teaching of "Stand Waves," AJP 26, 159-163, (1958).
Directions For Use of Small Speaker, Leybold Heraeus 58006.

H3-03: REFLECTION OF PULSES IN TUBE
Brian W. Holmes and L. Capitolo, Acoustics Demonstration Tube, TPT 24, 297-298 (1986).
M. G. Raymer and Stan Micklavzina, Demonstrating Sound Impulses in Pipes, TPT 33, 183-185 (1995).
Robert H. Johns, Pulse Reflection: Correcting a Common Textbook Error, TPT 33, 442 (1995).
Leonard Yarmus, Pulsed waves: Reflections and the speed of sound, AJP 64, 903-905 (1996).
David Potter, Phase changes in reflected sound waves, TPT 41, 12-13 (2003).

H3-04: KUNDT'S TUBE -STROKED ROD
Apparatus Description, 84865 KUNDT'S Apparatus, Cenco Scientific Co.
Apparatus Description, 3302 KUNDT'S Apparatus, Cenco Scientific Co.

H3-05: KUNDT'S TUBE - OSCILLATOR DRIVEN
Lecture Demonstration, Bill Norwood, Demonstration Design Drawing, (June 1978).
Specifications and Instructions for Models ID-40 and ID-40T Heavy Duty Drivers, University Speakers/Microphones, Oklahoma City, OK.
E. N. Da C. Andrade, On the Groupings and General Behavior of Solid Particles Under the Influence of Air Vibrations in Tubes, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol 230, 13-445, (1931).
A. T. Jones, Sound, 208-214, Van Nostrand, NY (1937).
A. T. Jones, Sound, 172-180, Van Norstand, NY (1937).
Howard S. Siefert, A Miniature Kundt Tube, AJP 7(6), 421-422, (1939).
Harry E. Hammond, A Variation of Kundt's Method for the Speed of Sound, AJP 7(6), 423-424. (1939).
Bernard L. Brinker, Preparing Rods for Stroking in the Kundt's Tube Experiment, AJP 18, 579, (1950).
H. E. Hammond, Exciting a Kundt's Tube With A Siren, AJP 21(6), 475, (1953).
K. A . Parsons, Exciting A Kundt's Tube With A Siren, AJP 21(5), 392, (1953).
Albert V. Baez, Kundt's Tube Projection Demonstration, AJP 21, 64, (1953).
Robert A. Carman, Kundt Tune Dust Striations, AJP 23, 505-507, (1955).
"The Amateur Scientist", Scientific American, 194(1), 120-122, (Jan 1956).
R. B. Hastings and Yung-Yao Shih, Experiments with an Electrically Operated Kundt Tube, AJP 30(7), 512-516, (1962).
Hastings, Thermistor Explorations in a Kundt Tube, AJP 37(7), 709-712, (1969).
Uno Ingard and Daniel C. Galehouse, Second-Order Pressure Distribution in an Acoustic Normal Mode in a Rectangular Cavity, AJP 39, 811-813 (1971)

H3-11: TUNING FORK AND RESONANT TUBE
Thomas D. Rossing, Daniel A. Russell and David E. Brown, On the acoustics of tuning forks, AJP 60, 620-626 (1992).
Bruce Denardo and Miguel Bernard, Design and measurements of variably nonuniform acoustic resonators, AJP 64, 745-751 (1996).

H3-12: ROARING TUBE - 4 FT
None.

H3-13: ROARING TUBE - 8 FT
Lord Rayleigh, Theory of Sound Vol II, Sec 322j, 231-235, MacMillan & Co., NY (1896).
R. E. Evans and A. A. Putnam, Rijke Tube Apparatus, AJP 34, 360-361, (1966).
Pinkston and Crum, Lecture Demonstrations in Acoustics, JASA 55(1), 2-6, (1974).
Thomas B. Greenslade, The Chemical Harmonica, TPT 42 -43, (1981).
John Jewett, Jr., Tricks of the Trade: Giving New Meaning to "Resonance in Pipes," TPT ?, ? (?)

H3-14: TWIRL-A-TUNE
Frank S. Crawford, Singing Corrugated Pipes, AJP 42, 278-288 (1974). Citation PDF
J. A. Soules and Michael Kanner, The Normal Modes of the "Hybrid Hummer, " AAPT Announcer, 129, (Dec. 1988).
Louis H. Cadwell, Singing Corrugated Pipes: Using Video Cameras to Measure Air Flow, TPT 32, 42-43 (1994). Citation PDF
Louis H. Cadwell, Singing corrugated pipes revisited, AJP 62, 224-227 (1994). Citation PDF

H3-15: TWIRL-A-TUNE AND VACUUM CLEANER
None.

H3-16: SINGING PIPES
Atomic Laboratories, Inc. Operating Instructions for Singing Pipes, Cat. No. 85182.
Science Daily, A Sound Way to Turn Heat Into Electricity, www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/070603225026.htm

H3-17: FLAME TUBE
Instructions for the Use of A 20 lb LP-Gas Cylinder, Instruction Manual for Single and Second Stage LP-Gas Regulaors,Fisher Controls Co.
R. J. Stephenson and G. K. Schoepfle, A Study of Manometric Flames, AJP 14, 294-299, (1946).
Jerry L. Underfer, Misconceptions About Resonance in Vibrating Air Columns, TPT 4, 81-83, (1966).
Roy Coleman, The Flaming Air Track, TPT 13, 556-557, (1975).
Mario Iona, Pressure in Standing Waves, TPT 14, 325, (1976).
Thomas D. Rossing, Average Pressure in Standing Waves, TPT 15, 260, (1977).
Robert P. Bauman and Dennis Moor, More on Dancing Flames, TPT 14, 389, 448, (1977).
Seymour Trester, Pressure Variation Along a Longitudinal Standing Wave in a Gas, TPT 15, 426-427, (1977).
George W. Ficken and Francis C. Stephonson, Rubens Flame Tube Demonstration, TPT 17, 306-310, (1979).
George Spagna, Rubens flame tube demonstration: A closer look at the flames, JP 51, 848-850 (1983).
George Spagna, Erratum: "Rubens flame tube demonstration: A closer look at the flames," [AJP 51, 848-850 (1983)], AJP 52, 84 (1984).
Harold A. Daw, The Normal Mode Structure on the Two-Dimensional Flame Table, AJP 56, 913-915, (1988).

H3-19: FLEX-A-TONE
None.

H3-20: ZUBE-TUBE
http://zubetube.com/science.html

H3-21: SOUND RESONANCE IN WATER TUBE
Jerry L. Underfer, Misconceptions About Resonance In Vibrating Air Columns, TPT 4, 83-85, (1966).
Alexander L. Feldman, Resonant Energy Transfer and Coupling Apparatus for Training in Scientific Reasoning, TPT 9, 198, (1971).
I. D. Johnston, Standing waves in air columns: Will computers reshape physics courses?, AJP 61, 996-1004 (1993).
Bruce Denardo and Steven Alkov, Acoustic resonators with variable nonuniformity, AJP 62, 315-321 (1994).
James E. Kettler, Whistlin' Dixie and the Speed of Sound, TPT 35, 469 (1997).
Gurbax Singh, Redesigned air-column resonance apparatus, TPT 41, 120-121 (2003).

H3-22: RESONANCE TUBE - OSCILLATOR AND PLUNGER
Lecture Demonstrations Data Sheet.

H3-23: RESONANCE TUBE - OSCILLATOR, PLUNGER, & MICROPHONE
Buford Guy and Jim Allen, Velocity of Sound by Resonances, TPT 12, 117, (1974).
George Winchester, A New Form of Sound Resonance Tube, AJP 10, 196-197, (1942).

H3-24: OPEN AND CLOSED PIPES
None.

H3-25: GALTON'S WHISTLE
Description from Sargent-Welch catalog.

H3-31: DUCK CALL
A. W. Simon, On the Physics of Harmonicas, AJP 20, 327-331, (1952).
Instructions for the Use of OLT CALLS, Philip S. Olt Co., Perkin, Ill.

H3-32: RESONANCE IN TUBE - POURING WATER
None.

H3-33: RESONANCE FROM WHITE NOISE IN VARIABLE TUBE
None.

H3-40: RESONANCE-BOOM WHACKERS
None.

H3-41: RESONANCE CURVES - HELMOHOLTZ RESONATOR
Raoul J. Fajardo, Acoustic Resonance Demonstration Apparatus, TPT 16, 313-316, (1978).
Roger P. Blickensderfer, The Helmholtz Resonator and Log-Log Plots, TPT 21, 111-112, (1983).
Frank S.Crawford, Lowest Modes of A Bottle, AJP 56, 702-712, (1988).
Michael Bretz, M. L. Shapiro, and M. R. Moldover, Spherical Acoustic Resonators in the Undergraduate Laboratory, AJP 129-133, (1989).
Ticardo R. Boullosa and Filipe Orduna-Bustamante, The reaction force on a Helmholtz resonator driven at high sound pressure amplitudes, AJP 60, 722-726 (1992).
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Experiments with Helmholtz Resonators, TPT 34, 228-230 (1996).
Bruce Denardo and Miguel Bernard, Design and measurements of variably nonuniform acoustic resonators, AJP 64, 745-751 (1996).

H3-42: RESONANCE CURVES - OPEN AND CLOSED TUBES
Raoul J. Fajardo, Acoustic resonance demonstration, TPT 16, 313-316 (1978).
Lecture-Dmonstraion notes on demonstration.
Michael J. Moloney and Daniel L. Hatten, Acoustic quality factor and energy losses in cylindrical pipes, AJP 69, 311-314 (2001).

H3-43: RESONANCE CURVES WITH STORAGE SCOPE
None.

H3-51: SONOMETER WITH TUNING PEGS
None.

H3-52: SONOMETER WITH WEIGHTS
CENCO Selective Experiments in Physics, No. 71990-832 (formerly S32ab).
Central Scientific Company, Operating Instructions, Sonometer No. 85065.

H3-61: BEAKER BREAKER
Lecture Demonstration Calculations Sheet, "Q of Mechanical Oscillators."
Lecture Demonstration Design Drawings.
Instruction Manual, Model M0100A , 100W Public Address Booster Amplifier, BOGEN Communcations.
SHATTERING GOBLETS WITH AMPLIFIED SOUND, by Peter W. Tappan, Bolt, Baranek & Newman Inc., Downers Grove, Illinois, presented at the 46th annual convention of the Audio Engineering Society, September 10-13, 1973.
Haym Kruglak, Did This Really Happen?, TPT 14, 126, (1976).
Willard C. Walker, Demonstrating Resonance by Shattering Glass With Sound, TPT 15, 294-296, (1977).
Haym Kruglak and Rene Pittet, The Caruso Legend Lives On, TPT 17, 49, (1979).
Gordon E. Jones and W. Paul Gordon, Apparatus for a Shattering Experience, AJP 47, 828-829, (1979).
Len Klein, Is it Live or Is It ?????? Shattering Glass by Resonance, W. E. Grove High School, Birmingham, MI.
Haym Kruglak and Robert Hiltbrand, Shattering Glass with Sound Simplified, TPT 28, 418, (1990).
Thomas D. Rossing, Wine Glasses, Bell Modes, and Lord Rayleigh, TPT 28, 582-585 (1990).
Wolfgang Rueckner, Douglass Goodale, Daniel Rosenberg, Simon Steel, and David Tavilla, Lecture demonstration of wineglass resonances, AJP 61, 184-187 (1993).
Gorazd Planinsic, More fun with singing wineglasses, TPT 38, 41-43 (2000).
Bill Berner, Resonant wineglasses and Ping-Pong(tm) balls, TPT 38, 269-270 (2000).

H3-62: TEACUP STANDING WAVES
None.

H3-71: STROKED ALUMINUM ROD
Lecture Demonstration, R. E. Berg, Instructions Sheet for Stroked Aluminum Rod.
Lecture Demonstration Calculations Sheet, "Q of Mechanical Oscillators."
Nobuo Naba, Observations of Longitudinal Vibration of Metal Rods, AJP 40, 1339-1340 (1972).
E. R. Pinkston and L. A. Crum, Lecture Demonstrations In Acoustics, JASA 55(1), 2-6, (1974).
David R. Lapp, Harmonics in an Aluminum Rod: "A Golden Oldie," TPT 35, 314-315 (1997).
Ronald D. Wong, Vibrating Rods and More, TPT 35, 387-388 (1997).
Charles A. Sawicki, Induced current measurements of rod vibrations, TPT 41, 42-44 (2003).
Paul Gluck, My favorite demonstration, Physics Education, 417-418 (September 2005).

H3-72: TUNING RODS
Apparatus Description, 84590 Tuning Bars.
G. William Baxter and Keith M. Hagenbuch, A Student Project on Wind Chimes, TPT 36, 204-208 (1998).
D. L. R. Oliver, Hollow-Tube Chimes, TPT 36, 209-210 (1998).

H3-73: TUNING RODS - SUSPENDED
None.

H3-74: TUNING BAR PARADOX - EFFECT OF WIDTH
Lawrence W. Panek, Demonstration of the first overtone transverse vibrational mode in a stiff solid bar, AJP 48, 786 (1980).
T. M. Kalotas and A. R. Lee, Big Ben on a Shoestring, TPT 31, 400-401 (1993).

H3-75: TUNING BAR MYSTERY
None.

H4: MUSIC

H4-01: FOURIER SYNTHESIS
T. A. Clark, Versatile Electromechanical Fourier Synthesizer for Laboratory or Lecture Demonstration, AJP 40, 937-942, (1972).
Joseph E. Kasper and Alfred F. Benedek, A Versatile Wave Phenomena Device for Use in Demonstrations and in the Laboratory, AJP 42, 754-759 (1974).
Geoffrey Whaite and Joe Wolfe, Harmonic or Fourier Synthesis in the Teaching Laboratory, AJP 58, 481-483, (1990).
Ayra, Elem. Mod. Physics, Wave-Packet Description of Material Particles, 93.

H4-02: FOURIER ANALYSIS - WAVE SHAPE AND SPECTRUM
Lecture Demonstration Records and Data Information.
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Ultrasonic Transducers for Fourier Analysis, TPT 33, 514-515 (1995).
Ingo Bull and Reimer Lincke, Teaching Fourier analysis in a microcomputer based laboratory, AJP 64, 906-912 (1996).

H4-03: FOURIER ANALYSIS WITH XY RECORDER AND OSCILLOSCOPE
None.

H4-04: FOURIER ANALYSIS - WAVETEK ANALYZER
Ingo B?ll and Reimer Lincke, Teaching Fourier analysis in a microcomputer based laboratory, AJP 64, 906-913 (1996).

H4-11: SAVART'S DISCS
None.

H4-12: LISSAJOUS FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT
None.

H4-13: PLAYING IN JUST INTONATION
Chas. Williamson, Intonation in Musical Performance, AJP 10, 171-175, (1942).
Lecture Demonstration Chart of Lissajous Figures.

H4-14: LISSAJOUS FIGURES - VOICE
Thomas D. Rossing, A voice display for corridor use, AJP 43, 282 (1975).

H4-15: TUNER - STROBE TYPE
Operation and Service Manual, StroboTUNER ST 6, Conn Corp., Elkhart, IN.

H4-16: TUNER - KORG
None.

H4-17: AUDIOTAPE 16 MIN - MUSICAL TEMPERAMENT
N. V. Franssen and C.J. van der Peet, Digital Tone Generation for a Transposing Keyboard Instrument, Philips Technical Review 31, 354-365, (1970).
Donald E. Hall, Quantitative Evaluation of Musical Scale Tuning, AJP 42, 543-552 (1974).
Stephen Luzader, PC and PVC Acoustics Demonstrations, TPT 28, 459-463 (1990).

H4-18: LISSAJOUS FIGURES WITH SOUND
None.

H4-21:EDGE TONES
J. H. Smith and J. S. Shaw, An Unfamiliar and Inexpensive Tone Generator, AJP 42, 780-781, (1974).

H4-22: BOTTLE BAND
Lecture Demonstration Music Sheets for "Home, Home on the Range" and "Ach, du lieber Augustine."

H4-23: SOUND BOARD - TUNING FORK AND LECTURE TABLE
R. M. Sillitto, Angular Distribution of the Acoustic Radiation from a Tuning Fork, AJP 34, 639-644, (1966).
Mario Iona, Sounds Around a Tuning Fork, TPT 13, 324, (1975).
Daniel A. Russell, On the sound field radiated by a tuning fork, AJP 68, 1139-1145 (2000).

H4-31: VIOLIN
Guy Vandegrift, Experimental study of the Helmholtz resonance of a violin, AJP 61, 415-421 (1993).
Gabriel Weinreich, Klopsteg Memorial Lecture (August, 1992): What science knows about violins - and what it does not know, AJP 61, 1067-1077 (1993).
Manfred Euler, Hands-on resonance-enhanced photoacoustic detection, TPT 39, 406-409 (2001).
M. Podlesak and A.R. Lee, Demonstration of resonances in string instruments, AJP 71, 470-471 (2003).

H4-32: VIBRAPHONE
B. H. Suits, Basic physics of xylophone and marimba bars, AJP 69, 743-750 (2001).
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Marloye's harp and the thumb piano, TPT 39, 310-312 (2001).

H4-33:ORGAN PIPE
Neville H. Fletcher and Suszanne Thwaites, The Physics of Organ Pipes,Scientific American, 94-103, (Jan. 1983).
Derwent M. A. Mercer, The Physics of the Organ Flue Pipe, AJP 21, 376-386, (1953).
Brian Holmes, The Helium-Filled Organ Pipe, TPT 27, 218-219 (1989).

H4-34: GUITAR AND OSCILLOSCOPE
None.

H4-35: FRENCH HORN
None.

H4-36: LIP-BLOWN TUBE
None.

H4-37: FLEXIBLE TRUMPET
Brian W. Holmes, Demonstration Trumpet, AJP 53(5), 504-505 (1985).
J. Gerard Anderson, Demonstration Trumpet With A Trombone, AJP 53(12), 1130 (1985).

H4-38: CORNET
David Einstein, Report on Fourier Analyses of the Sound Qualities of Trombone Mutes, unpublished report (2004).

H4-39: PLASTIC TUBE FLUTE
Donald E. Shult, Tone Holes and Frequency of Open Pipes, TPT 29, 16-17 (1991).

H4-40: PLASTIC TUBE CLARINET
None.

H4-41: DRUM
None.

H4-42: RECORDER
The Bird Fancyer's Delight, Directions Concerning ye Teaching of all Sorts of Singing-birds after ye Recorder - Sopranino or Treble (Alto) - Edited with Historical Introduction by Stanley Godman, Schott and Co, Ltd., London, W1, England (Edition Schott 10442).

H4-51: MODULATION - AM AND FM
An Introduction to Time and Frequency Domain Modulation and Waveform Analysis with Labe Experiments, Tektronix Inc., Beaverton, OR.

H4-52: SPECTRUM ANALYSIS OF MODULATION
Lecture Demonstrations Information Sheet: Spectrum Analysis of Modulation.

H4-53: MOOG ROGUE SYNTHESIZER
Moog Rogue Complete Instruction Manual with sound setup examples.
Adam Bernstein, Robert Moog Dies; Created Electronic Synthesizer, Washington Post, Obituaries, B6, August 23, 2005.

H4-54: ARP 2600 ANALOG SYNTHESIZER
None.

H4-55: YAMAH DX7 DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER
Instruction manual for Yamaha DX7 Digital Synthesizer.

H4-56: SYNTHESIZER INTRODUCTION - VOLTAGE CONTROL OF FREQUENCY
None.

H4-57: FREQUENCY MODULATION BY FEEDBACK
None.

H4-58: MODULATION - AM RADIO
None.

H4-61: HARMONIC DISTORTION OF TAPE RECORDER
Lecture Demonstrations Supplementary Information Sheet: Harmonic Distortion of a Tape Recorder.

H4-64: DISTORTION IN AUDIO AMPLIFIER
None.

H4-65: CROSSOVER NETWORK FOR SPEAKERS
Rhett Herman, As simple as possible, TPT 40, 182-183 (2002).

H4-66: CROSSOVER NETWORK - LARGE ADVENT
Circuit diagram and transparency thereof.

H4-67: CD WITH HOLE
None.

H4-68: MP3 COMPRESSION
Armin Kohlrausch, The Perceptual Basis for Audio Compression, Physics Today, 80-81 (June 2007).

H4-71: AUDIOTAPE 20 MIN - ACOUSTICS FOR THE MUSIC EDUCATOR
Harold P. Geerdes, Planning and Equipping Educational Music Facilities, Music Educators National Conference, Center for Educational Associations, Reston, VA (1975).

H4-81: AUDIO CART - COMPLETE AUDIO SYSTEM
D. Rae Carpenter, Jr., Letter: Impedance Matching with Speakers, TPT 30, 516-517 (1992).

H4-91: COMPACT DISC - MULTIMEDIA SOUND
None.

H4-92: DIGITAL DOMAIN DEMONSTRATION CD
None.

H4-93: COMPACT DIC - SWITCHED-ON BACH
None.

H4-94: AUDIOTAPE - VOICE OF THE COMPUTER
None.

H4-95: AUDIOTAPE - NONESUCH GUIDE TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC
None.

H4-96: ELECTRONIC MUSIC WITH SPECTROGRAM
None.

H4-97: COMAPCT DISC - CLOCKWORK ORANGE
None.

H5: THE EAR

H5-01: EAR MODEL
Explanation of the Ear Model J513, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Deutschen Demokratischen Republik.

H5-02: ANATOMY OF THE EAR - SLIDES AND ATLAS
Advertisement: An Atlas of the Anatomy of the Ear, Vidic & O'Rahilly.

H5-03: STETHOSCOPE
G. P. Brewington, Simple Demonstrations of Auditory Perspective and Acoustic Regeneration, AJP 6, 214-215 (1938).

H5-11: WAVETEK AND AUDIO CART - FREQUENCY RANGE OF HEARING
Arthur Taber Jones, A Simple Demonstration of the Effect of Intensity upon Pitch, AJP 5, 139 (1937).

H5-12: WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - CRITICAL BAND
None.

H5-13: WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - MASKING
None.

H5-14: ARP SYNTHESIZER - MASKING BY NARROW-BAND NOISE
ARP 2600 Front Panel and 3620 Keyboard Control Facsimiles, "Music by Narrow-Band Noise."

H5-15: EFFECT OF HARMONIC CONTENT OF TONE QUALITY
None.

H5-16: OHM'S LAW OF HEARING - FOURIER SYNTHESIZER
None.

H5-17: WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - QUALITY BEATS
None.

H5-18: DIFFERENCE FREQUENCIES - AUDIO CART
Thomas D. Rossing, Subjective Tones from a Toy Whistle, AJP 42, 616 (1974).
Charles W. Leming, Simple Demonstration of "missing fundamental" in harmonically related sounds, AJP 52, 470 (1984).

H5-19: SUM AND DIFFERENCE TONES
Don Olson, Musical Combination Tones and Oscillations of the Ear Mechanism, AJP 37, 730-733, (1969).
Thomas D. Rossing, Combination Tones and the Sol-Mi Puzzle, TPT 14, 324, (1976).
John C. Runge, Combination Tones, TPT 17, 49-51, (1979).
Sue Ellen Stickney, The Ghost Flute, TPT 13, 518-522, (1975).
Lecture Demonstration Music Sheet: Trio for Two Flutes.
Lecture Demonstration Listing of Program to Calculate Sum and Difference Frequencies

H5-20: HEARING SCIENCE LABORATORY
Barry Voroba, Ph. D., Experiments in the Hearing Sciences, Starkey Labs, 6700 Washington Avenue, Eden Prarie, Minnesota 55344 (1978), ISBN 0-9601970-0-1 (3-ring binder), ISBN 0-9601970-1-X (Soft cover edition), ISBN 0-9601970-2-8 (Hard cover edition).

H5-21: THREE DECIBELS
Albert A. Bartlett, Logarithmic Scales: A Useful Example, TPT 41, 16-17 (2003).

H5-22: EFFECT OF ATTACK TRANSIENT ON TONE QUALITY OF CORNET
None.

H5-31: DIPLACUSIS AND BINARY BEATS
Gerald Oster, Auditory Beats in the Brain, Scientific American 229, Number 4 (October 1973), pages 2-10.
Circuit diagram for diplacusis demonstrator.

H5-41: COMPACT DISC - AUDITORY DEMONSTRATIONS
Diana Deutsh, Musical Illusions, Scientific American, 92-104, (Oct. 1975).
A. J. M. Houtsma, et al., Auditory Demonstrations, Institute for Perception Research, (1987).

H5-42: AUDIOTAPE 24 MIN - GETTING THROUGH
Information sheet from record jacket.

H5-43: AUDIOTAPE 6 MIN - SHEPARD'S TONES
Roger N. Shepard, Circularity in Judgements of Relative Pitch, Scientific American, Volume 36, Number 12 (December 1964), pages 2346-2353.
Record jacket from "Voice of the Computer."

H5-44: AUDIOTAPE 55 MIN - AUDIO DEMONSTRATIONS
Jack H. Smith, The Physics of Music: Some Suggestions and Materials, AJP 46, 303, (1978).
Lecture Demonstrations Supplementary Information, "Comments on Audio Demonstration Tape."

H5-45: AUDIOTAPE 32 MIN - AUDITORY ILLUSIONS AND EXPTS
W. A. Anderson, Auditory Illusions and Experiments, Royer-Anderson, Palo Alto, CA (1976).
Gerald Oster, Auditory Beats in the Brain, Scientific American, Vol 229 No. 4, 94-102, (Oct. 1973).

H5-46: COMPACT DISC - MUSICAL ILLUSIONS AND PARADOXES
Hard copy of information sheet from the WWW.
Diana Deutsch, Paradoxes of Musical Pitch, Scientific American, Vol 267 No. 2, 88-95, (August 1992)

H5-47: COMAPCT DISC - PHANTOM WORDS AND OTHER CURIOSITIES
Hard copy of information sheet from the WWW.

H5-48: COMPACT DISC - SHEPARD'S TONES
None.

H5-49: McGURK EFFECT
None.

H6: THE VOICE

H6-01: FOURIER ANALYSIS OF VOICE
Ingo R. Titze, The Human Instrument, Scientific American, January 2008, pp. 94-101.

H6-02: VOCAL FORMANTS
Johan Sundberg, The Science of the Singing Voice, Northern Illinois Press, 1988, paperback ISBN 0-87580-542-6.
Barbara J. Forbes & E. Roy Pike, Acoustical Klein-Gordon Equation: A Time-Independent Perturbation Analysis, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 93 No. 5 (30 July 2004).
Phil Schewe & Ben Stein, Speech Science Sings a New Quantum Tune, Physics News Update No. 694 (29 July 2004).
Barbara J. Forbes, E. Roy Pike, & David B. Sharp, The acoustical Klein-Gordon equation: The wave-mechanical step and barrier potential functions, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 114 No. 3, pp. 1291-1302 (September 2003).

H6-03: VOCAL FORMANTS MODEL
None.

H6-04: HELIUM VOICE
Craig Montgomery, Why does inhaling helium make one's voice sound strange?, ScientificAmerican.com (June 14, 2004).

H6-05: SULFUR HEXAFLUORIDE VOICE
Federal Right-To-Know information regarding the hazards of sulfur hexafluoride.

H6-06: ARP SYNTHESIZER - WOW
ARP Keyboard Facsimile with Locations of Controls to Produce "WOW."
Lecture Demonstration Record Form.
Lecture Demonstration List of Musical Notes and Corresponding Frequencies.
PAIA Electronics' PLOYPHONY Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 2, (1976).

H6-07: AUDIO SPECTROGRAMS AND SPECTRAL SURFACES
None.

H6-08: SOUND SPECTROGRAMS
None.

H6-11: AUDIOTAPE 60 MIN - MUSIC OF TIBET
Huston Smith, Kenneth N. Stephens, and Raymond Tomlinson, On an Unusual Mode of Chanting by Certain Tibetan Lamas, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 41, Number 5, pp. 1262-1264 (1967).
Nga Wang Lek Den and Brian Cutillo, Historical Background, from materials with recording.
Huston Smith, Religious Meaning, from materials with recording.
Kenneth N. Stevens, Description of the Mode of Chanting, from materials with recording.
Peter Crossley-Holland, The Music of the Tantric Rituals of Gyume and Gyuto, from materials with recording.

H6-12: AUDIOTAPE 60 MIN - THE HARMONIC CHOIR
John Schaefer, NEW SOUNDS - A Listener's Guide to New Music (Harper and Row, 1987) pages 220-234.
Booklet accompanying CD.

H6-13: AUDIOTAPE 60 MIN - HUUN-HUUR-TU
Theodore C. Levin and Michael E. Edgerton, The Throat Singers of Tuva, Scientific American, September 1999, pp. 80-87.

H6-14: AUDIOTAPE 5 MIN - SYNTHETIC SPEECH
Lecture Demonstrations Supplemental Information: Computer Speech, Bell Labs, (1963).

H6-15: AUDIOTAPE MIN - VOCAL FORMANTS
None.

H6-16: COMPACT DISC - COALESCENCE
Booklet accompanying CD.

H6-21: BIRD CALLS - AUDIOTAPE, SLIDES AND SPECTROGRAMS
None.

H6-22: AUDIOTAPE 10 MIN - BIRD SONGS
None.