Note that the particles of the medium do not travel with the sound wave. This is ...
Through solids, however, it can be transmitted as both longitudinal waves and ...
Feb 21, 2015 ... ... (it's so fast that you can't usually see it), forcing the air all around it to vibrate as
well. ... Sound, however, cannot travel through a vacuum: it always has to ... As a
sound wave moves forward, it makes the air bunch together in ...
Oct 30, 2015 ... Sound can travel through space after all - but we can't hear it ... have the potential
to carry sound waves - we just aren't able to listen to them.
Nov 19, 2008 ... If there is no material (called a vacuum), there is no way for sound to travel, so
you can't talk. Inside a space capsule or space station there is air ...
Aug 28, 2015 ... Because there is no air. The soundwave is a mecanic wave, so it need a support
in order to travel. The sound will be created by the movement ...
Sep 20, 2012 ... ... the adjacent room but the light in adjacent room does not enter my room i.e.
sound waves travels through the wall but light waves can't. Why?
Sound can travel through any medium, but it cannot travel through a vacuum. ... A
region of increased pressure on a sound wave is called a compression (or .... of
hearing sounds between 20 Hz and 20 kHz (although I can't hear sounds above
Sound waves can travel through ANY material ... solid, liquid, or gas. The thing is:
Sound NEEDS material to travel through, and if there's nothing there, then ...
Jun 22, 2015 ... The radio waves, again, have no problem in space, but they're not sound. ... But
although sound can travel through Earth, it can't travel from ...
Sound waves can travel only through matter. Since there's almost no matter in
interstellar space, sound can't travel through it. The distance between particles is