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 solid than in air or water.
Sound travels fastest through a solid and slowest through a gas.
It is possible for sound to travel through water. Sound does make its way through but it's properties can distort and muffle the sound.
The speed of sound through air is not always the same. It depends on air temperature. This is because air molecules collide with each other more rapidly at higher temperatures. According
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