Vibration level

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The vibration level is in the vibration theory , the level of vibration .

In general, the plane of vibration of a transverse wave is the plane that is perpendicular to the direction of propagation.

Polarization of a wave can only happen in the oscillation plane , which is why only transverse waves can be polarized. Longitudinal waves , such as sound , on the other hand, have no oscillation plane and are therefore not polarizable.