A tuning fork is made of an alloy of steel, nickel and chromium, called Elinvar.
- The material for which the elasticity does not change.
- The invention of the tuning fork is generally credited to the British musician, John Shore, in 1711.
- Tuning fork is the device which is used for producing sound in laboratory experiments.
- When the prongs of tuning fork touches the surface of water is that the vibrations from the tuning forks are transmitted to the surrounding medium.