Sound waves travel faster through denser mediums, and water is denser than air, so sound travels faster through water than air
sound mostly travel faster through air
sound travel faster through soled because of tighter packed particles
sound travels faster through water than air.
sound travels faster through hot water.
Sound can't really travel through light.
there are more sound waves!Water is denser then air, the waves travel through the water faster. It will go even faster in steel.
what does sound travel through fastest ice,snow,water,steam
Light travels much faster than sound, through wood.
Sound travels through water about 4.3 times faster than air. This is because sound waves need a medium in which to travel, and water is a denser medium than air.
Sound travels faster than light trough water but light travels faster than sound through air.
faster in water than in air <><><> Agree. The denser the material, the faster sound travels through it.
Yes, sound travels faster through water than air. Since water molecules are closer together, the vibrations transfer from one to the other faster.
Yes i guess sound waves travel faster through wood than in water. Because molecules are tightly packed in wood(solid) than in water(liquid).
Yes, and faster through solids than liquids.
No. Just the opposite.
Density of water is greater than air.
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yeah sound travels fastest through solids , than that through liquids and slowest in air and does not travel through Vaccum
Sound travels faster in water than it does in air. It travels even faster in metals.
Sound can travel better through denser objects, so since stone is denser than water and air, sound can travel faster through it.
Sound travels faster through water.
No. The rate of the vibrations is the 'frequency' of the sound, and that doesn't change, no matter what kind of material the sound is traveling through. Sound travels faster through steel than through water or air because the steel is more dense.
Sound travels through solids like Steel and iron faster than water and air therefore making sound faster going through solids
The denser the medium, the faster sound travels through it. Glass (silicon oxide) is fairly dense, and sound waves propagate through it faster than they do through air or water.
The speed of sound through any meduim is determined by the density of the medium. Sound travels via compression waves. The denser the matter the further and faster sound will travel. Sound travels roughly 4.3 times faster in water than it does in air. This is why there is no sound in space, there is no medium to travel through, due to spaces nearly absolute vacuum.