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physics the frequency at which a system vibrates when set in free vibrationCompare forcing frequency
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How to use natural frequency in a sentence
Now electrical circuits in which currents oscillate have a natural frequency of their own.
The explanation is that a pendulum has a certain natural frequency which depends upon its length.
One set of blades operates at its natural frequency as a tuning-fork oscillator.LRL Accelerators|Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
Let us also make the condenser a variable one so that we can change the natural frequency or tune of the circuit.
This is the setting of the condenser for which the circuit has the same tune or natural frequency as the circuit cd.