What Is the Speed of Sound in Air?

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The speed of sound in air is estimated at 0.028g/mole. However this is relative as the speed can change in accordance with its amplitude, frequency and wavelength. Light moves faster than sound
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The speed of sound varies depending on the temperature, pressure, and density of the medium through which the sound waves travel. For dry air at sea level at 68° F, the speed of sound is 767 miles per hour, or 1235 km/h
The speed of sound in air is determined by the air itself. Basically it is not dependent upon the sound amplitude. It is also not dependent upon frequency or wavelength.
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The speed of sound is the rate of travel of a sound wave. In dry air at 20 degrees C/68 degrees F, the speed of sound is 343 meters/1,123 feet per second.
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The coldest recorded temperature on Earth is -89 degrees Celsius. At that temperature, sound would travel at 278 m/s.
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The speed of sound is dependent on the temperature and not on the air pressure. At 20 degrees Celsius or 68 degrees Fahrenheit the speed of sound is 343 m/s or 1236.3 km/h or 1126.7
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Speed of sound is air = 331.4 + 0.6 Tc m/s Hope this helps!
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The speed of sound is the rate of travel of a sound wave. In dry air at 20 degrees C/68 degrees F, the speed of sound is 343 meters/1,123 feet per second. ...
The speed of sound is the rate of travel of a sound wave. In dry air at 20 degrees C/68 degrees F, the speed of sound is 343 meters/1,123 feet per second. ...
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