The Kundt's tube experiment is an acoustical apparatus invented in 1866 by German physicist August Kundt.
The goal is to measure the speed of sound and show the standing waves. This experience is used to demonstrate longitudinal standing waves, the wavelength and acoustical forces.
During the project, to demonstrate the theory studied about Kundt’s Tube, an amount of experiments has been designed and executed. All the demonstrations of the experiment took place to research the right equipment to show the standing waves.