Through Which Substance Does Sound Travel Fastest?


Sound travels faster through solids, somewhat less fast through liquids, and slower through gases. This is because the particles in a solid are touching each other and rather set together. As the particles are linked together, a sound wave moving one automatically transfers the movement to the one touching it.
Q&A Related to "Through Which Substance Does Sound Travel Fastest"
Sound travels fastest through a solid and slowest through a gas.
The speed of sound depends on the substance of the medium and whether the medium is a solid, liquid, or gas. Sound travels more quickly through solids and liquids because the individual
B all the way there, bud. Those particles work together to get that info through the solid faster than a liquid.
It might be steel. Im doing an EEI for year 12 physics and so far steel has yielded the grea
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