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The natural logarithm of the ratio of the amplitudes of two successive cycles of a harmonic event. Where the amplitude decay is because of absorption, the logarithmic decrement can be related to ''Q'' and to the absorption coefficient.
 
The natural logarithm of the ratio of the amplitudes of two successive cycles of a harmonic event. Where the amplitude decay is because of absorption, the logarithmic decrement can be related to ''Q'' and to the absorption coefficient.
 
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The natural logarithm of the ratio of the amplitudes of two successive cycles of a harmonic event. Where the amplitude decay is because of absorption, the logarithmic decrement can be related to Q and to the absorption coefficient.