acoustic reactance


Definition of acoustic reactance

  1. :  the imaginary component of acoustic impedance measured in acoustic ohms and concerned with the effects of inertia and elasticity of a medium transmitting sound and differing one-quarter cycle in phase from acoustic resistance :  the acoustic analogue of reactance in alternating-current circuits

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