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2016-07-26T19:31:02+08:00


S-Waves Secondary , or S waves, travel slower than P waves and are also called "shear" waves because they don't change the volume of the material through which they propagate, they shear it. S-waves are transverse waves because they vibrate the ground in a the direction "transverse", or perpendicular, to the direction that the wave is traveling.

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