infrasonics

Taxonomy vs Infrasonics - What's the difference?

taxonomy | infrasonics |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and infrasonics

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while infrasonics is the study, and the application of infrasound.

Ultrasonics vs Infrasonics - What's the difference?

ultrasonics | infrasonics |


As nouns the difference between ultrasonics and infrasonics

is that ultrasonics is the science and technology of ultrasound while infrasonics is the study, and the application of infrasound.

Application vs Infrasonics - What's the difference?

application | infrasonics |


As nouns the difference between application and infrasonics

is that application is the act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense; as, the application of emollients to a diseased limb while infrasonics is the study, and the application of infrasound.

Study vs Infrasonics - What's the difference?

study | infrasonics |


As nouns the difference between study and infrasonics

is that study is (label) a state of mental perplexity or worried thought while infrasonics is the study, and the application of infrasound.

As a verb study

is (usually|academic) to revise materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.

Infrasonics vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

infrasonics | infrasonic | Related terms |

Infrasonic is a related term of infrasonics.

Infrasonics is a related term of infrasonic.


As a noun infrasonics

is the study, and the application of infrasound.

As an adjective infrasonic is

(of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Infrasonics vs Infrasound - What's the difference?

infrasonics | infrasound |

Infrasonics is a related term of infrasound.


As nouns the difference between infrasonics and infrasound

is that infrasonics is the study, and the application of infrasound while infrasound is (physics) sound waves having frequency below the human audible range (below about 20 hz).