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Where do these formulas come from and why do they look like this? I do not want you to derive or prove them. As you see the formula is in two components (solid and liquid) how are they mixed? We know that attenuation in liquids can be calculated with help of Stokes law. i(k1)² 1 + -1 Ko 1+iat yet Po 1+iwt As you know T Why the attenuation is calculated by these formulas? As you saw in the Singh paper from the first order perturbation theory we have K = Ko + OK1 and the same for the shear modulus = Ho + OH1

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