Feb 1, 2016 ... Sound waves can travel through ANY material ... solid, liquid, or gas. The thing is:
Sound NEEDS material to travel through, and if there's
Feb 29, 2016 ... ... (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 ...
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 ...
Unlike EM waves, mechanical waves can't travel in vacuum, because for their
propagation they require oscillation of matter. So they can transfer only through a
"It's often said that in space, you can't hear yourself scream. ... Sound can travel
through space, because space is not the total vacuum it's often ... The planet itself
is very adept at transmitting an earthquake's seismic waves, a form of sound.
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?
In a vacuum, these vibrations can't propagate due to the lack of a. ... process of
compression and decompression, sound waves propagate through the medium.
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
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 ...
Oct 28, 2015 ... Sound waves can only travel through a medium if the length of the ... That means
we can't detect the sound here on Earth; we can only see its ...