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These fundamental elements form the basis of all sound waves. They can be used to describe, ...

Sound - The science of waves, how they travel, how we use them

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Jun 21, 2016 ... Sound waves work in a completely different way. As a sound wave moves forward, it makes the air bunch together in some places and spread ...

What Makes Sounds Louder? | Wonderopolis

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Sound waves and ocean waves may be made of different things, but they work the same way. Changing the amplitude of a sound wave changes its loudness or  ...

Sound is a Pressure Wave - The Physics Classroom

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Sound is a mechanical wave that results from the back and forth vibration of the particles of the medium through which the sound wave is moving. If a sound ...

Sound Waves - Media College

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An introduction to sound waves with illustrations and explanations. Includes examples of simple wave forms.

Pitch and Volume in Sound Waves - Video & Lesson Transcript ...

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Because sound is a longitudinal wave, we don't get the nice 'up and down' wave shape that makes it so easy to see the parameters. We figured out a way to see ...

The Components of Sound - NDE/NDT Resource Center

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The differences between sounds are caused by intensity, pitch, and tone. Intensity. Sound is a wave and waves have amplitude, or height. Amplitude is a ...

kids science information on what is sound - Science Kids at Home

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This movement, called sound waves, keeps going until they run out of energy. ... In wind instruments, like the flute and trumpet, vibrating air makes the sound.

How do vibrations make sound? - Quora

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May 6, 2016 ... This seems like a straightforward question with straightforward answer, but all may ... The farther a sound wave travels, the more it spreads, this makes it more difficult for us to hear a sound. So the nearer you are to a sound the ...

Everything You Should Know About Sound - Wait But Why

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We think of sound as something we hear—something that makes noise. But in ... When you think of sound waves, you probably think of something like this:1.

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What makes sound waves? | Reference.com

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Mechanical motion forms through the sound waves made by vibrating massive objects. Guitar, harp or piano strings are clear examples of the principle, but ...

The Physics of Sound - The Method Behind the Music

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Vibrations in air are called traveling longitudinal waves, which we can hear. Sound waves consist of areas of high and low pressure called compressions and  ...

Sound as a Longitudinal Wave - The Physics Classroom

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In the first part of Lesson 1, it was mentioned that sound is a mechanical wave that is created by a vibrating object. The vibrations of the object set particles in the ...