Mechanical waves travel through a medium. Sound is a mechanical wave that can travel through the mediums of air, water, rocks, etc.
The molecule of the medium vibrates at the dirction in which the wave travels
The material through which a wave travels is called the medium.
No. The wave travels through the medium but the medium does not travel with the wave. Rocks or bone can be the medium for sound but the rock does not move with the sound
The general term for what a wave travels through is a medium, but in the case of earthquakes the wave travels through the ground.
when a wave travel through medium then sound is produced
The material through which a wave travels is called a medium.
When a compressional wave travels it needs a medium, matter moves back and forth along the same direction as the wave travels.
in the direction in which the wave travels
When a compression wave travels through a medium, the particles of the medium move parallel to the direction of the wave. Compression waves are commonly called longitudinal waves.
a medium as longitude wave
wave travell from any medium
yes, a mechanical wave needs a medium to move through and a electromagnetic wave doesn't need a medium
A mechanical wave is one that travels through a medium. It requires the medium for propagation, as the mechanical energy is put into the medium, and the medium carries it. Sound is a form of mechanical energy. In contrast, light is a form of electromagnetic energy, and it can travel through a vacuum, unlike a mechanical wave.mechanical wave.
Waves disturb or perturb the medium and this propagates the wave.