Yes. Otherwise, whales wouldn't sing, and sonar would never have
`No sound waves are not matter .They can travel through matter but no sound waves are not matter
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum, such as in outer space. "Sound" refers to waves of compression which travel through matter. When there is no matter, there can be no such waves, and therefore no sound.
Sound waves travel through matter, whether solid, liquid, or gas. They do not travel through vacuum.
Sound waves. No medium (matter) to carry it, no sound.
Sound waves travel through matter. Our atmosphere is a mixture of gases which is a form of matter. Sound waves will travel through our atmosphere, even if there is no human ear to receive it.
Sound waves need matter to travel through, and wood is matter, so yes, sound waves travel through wood. They travel through wood faster than they do through air, as wood is denser than air.
Sound waves can travel through any matter- liquid, gas or solids. The denser the matter, the faster the sound travels. It cannot travel through vacuum- a vacuum is an absence of matter.
Electromagnetic waves can travel though empty space. Sound waves can travel through matter.
Yes, sound waves are pressure waves that travel through matter.
They travel in waves through matter.
Sound is waves through matter. In a vacuum, there is no matter. No matter, no sound.
There is no matter in space. Sound needs matter to travel.
Sound waves travel through the three states of matter (gas, liquid and solid) by vibrations.
NO some waves like sound require matter to travel whereas light waves can travel in vacuum.
Sound waves travel through matter. The only thing it doesn't travel through is vacuums or outer space.