No. Seismic waves travel fastest through solids.
(not seismic, seismic wave)Seismic waves are waves of energy that travel through the earth.
Seismic waves travel through the earth as body waves and surface waves. Body waves travel through the inside of the earth and surface waves travel along the surface of the earth.
Primary seismic waves are longitudinal waves. Longitudinal waves can travel through solids, liquids and gasses (although seismic waves are of to low a frequency to normally be heard). Secondary seismic waves are transverse waves and only travel through solids.
seismic waves change speed as they travel through different materials. they travel through liquids only, that is why no seismic waves are recorded in the outer core
While electromagnetic waves can travel though the vacuum of space, we know that mechanical waves like sound or seismic waves cannot travel except through a physical medium.
P-Waves are seismic waves that travel through solid, liquid and gas.
Seismic waves are any waves that travel through the Earth. As such all earthquake waves are seismic waves, however not all seismic waves are caused by earthquakes.
S-waves can not travel through liquids. By Hollie
Shear Waves (S Waves) cannot travel through liquid
p waves are seismic waves that travel through solid,liquid,gas.
Seismic waves are of two types the P waves and the S waves. The P waves are the first stronger waves that travel through solids and liquids and the S waves are the follow up waves that can travel only through solids. The velocity of the waves depends on the nature of medium it travels through. The denser the material, the faster the seismic waves travel. The P waves travel at about 5000 m/sec in granite.
Seismic Wave : Waves of energy that travel through the earth
Seismic waves travel through solids, liquids, and gases.
They travel fastest through solid rock.
Primary Waves are seismic waves that travel the fastest.
Seismic waves are the earths crust vibrating. there are two types of waves P-waves and S-waves (Primary and Secondary) Primary waves travel faster than s waves and can travel through solid and liquid, S-waves can only travel through solids
Primary waves ( P-waves) can travel through earth's outer core.
Secondary waves cannot travel through anything that is completely liquid
The speed of seismic waves are affected by the type of material that the waves are traveling through. in other words (as an example): some type of waves can travel through rocks but not through liquids.
Waves that can travel through an empty space are called electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves can travel though empty space. Sound waves can travel through matter.
Only non mechanical waves such as electromagetic waves can travel through empty space.
Radio waves travel through empty space because they are electromagnetic waves, whereas sound is a wave that must travel through air.
A machine or program to measure seismic waves that travel through the earth after an earthquake or explosion.