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resonator

A resonator is an open vessel of glass, metal, cardboard, or other material, of such dimensions, that the mass of air contained in it resounds to a note of a certain pitch. Its use is, to assist the ear in discriminating a sound of this particular pitch, from a number of others at different pitches, all sounding simultaneously.

Also any object that oscillates or vibrates usually for some purpose or utility.

Volumetric Resonator, Keely's

See Also

Cavity Resonator
Helmholtz Resonator
Oscillation
Pitch
Resonance
Tone
Vibration
5.2 - Vortex Motions in Resonators

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