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Freddie Mercury TributeThe 20th of April 1992 is an important date in music history. At Wembley Stadium there took place a concert in honour of Freddie Mercury, the great front-man of the music band Queen, deceased on the 24th of November of the previous year. The other band-members organized the event, inviting an immense number of artists to take part, for free, in this great occasion to sing their last goodbye to the legendary singer
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Technique
Absorption coefficient
The absorption coefficient of a material indicates the relationship between the absorbed and the received acoustic energy. So, when the coefficient is 1, it means that the absorbed energy is equal to the received energy, or, in other words, that all the received energy has been absorbed.
Reflection coefficient
This is the opposite to the absorption coefficient. The reflection coefficient of a material indicates the relationship between reflected and received acoustic energy. So, when the coefficient is 1 it means that the received energy is equal to that which has been reflected, or, in other words, that all received energy has been reflected.
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