Coincidence effect/critical frequency

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A significant reduction in sound transmission loss (i.e., a significant increase in the transmission of sound) through a partition that occurs at critical frequency. The critical frequency is the frequency at which the wavelength of sound in air equals the flexural bending wavelength in the partition or material.

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