How Does Sound Travel through Air?

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Sound travels by the vibration of atoms and molecules in a medium such as air or water. That is why, out in space were there is no air, there is no sound.
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Sound travels in mechanical waves. Energy causes molecules to vibrate together in a wave-like pattern.
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