Area Effect

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Due to exposed edges and diffraction of sound energy around perimeters, acoustical materials spaced apart can exhibit greater absorption than same amount of material with no gaps. The surface of an anechoic wedge has a total surface area greater than the flat surface it replaces. Glossary of Acoustic Terms

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