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In physics, sound is a vibration that propagates as a typically audible mechanical wave of ... of sound. Applications of acoustics are found in almost all aspects of modern society, subdisciplines include aeroacoustics, audio signal processing, ...

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Jan 1, 2010 ... The nature of sound has been a subject of study since ancient times. As early as 500 B.C. it was well known that sound is produced by vibrating ...

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Before the discovery of the fact that sound traveled in waves, for years many people were bewildered and curious about how we were able to hear what we hear.

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The idea that there is a speed of sound and that it can be measured is a major ... Robert Boyle discovered that sound waves must travel in a medium (1660) and ...

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Leonardo Da Vinci was the first person to discover that sound traveled in waves back in 1500. Over a hundred years later, Martin Mersenne was the first to ...

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He demonstrated that the frequency of sound waves determined the pitch. ... Robert Boyle - (1660) discovered that sound waves must travel in a medium

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A large number of scientists' have discovered convinced things about sound waves. Galileo was one of the first ones to discover not only a pitch, but also a ...

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Visit HowStuffWorks to discover some historical moments in sound. ... In 1801 the French mathematician Fourier discovered that such complex waves as those ...

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It is known that discoveries regarding sound and how it travels were made as far back as 1500 when Leonardi Da Vinci discovered sound traveled in waves....

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The inference was that sound 'waves' * were responsible for creating areas of ... in 1904, along with William Ramsay, for the discovery of the element argon.