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I know that the particles within a loop are in phase (Phase difference -0°)with each other and antiphase (180°) with the particles in the next loop. Then what about the phase difference of two adjacent nodes or antinode

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Between two nodes the phase difference remains 0 whereas between antinodes the phase difference is 180.

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