Sound does not travel through a slinky. This is just a science experiment to SHOW how soundwaves travel.
sound would travel faster in a solid because it is a denser object for the soundwaves to travel through
Are you dull, think what are you doing always asking .
Sound waves are when travailing through the air form a parentheses like shape like that ) varying in size and speed a travel.
Da Vinci & later Robert Boyle concluded they must travel thru a medium.
no it is not matter
Does gravity affect soundwaves? I am wondering for my brother, not for biology. I got my questions mixed up. Sorry about that. So, I still would like an answer, please.
The sound waves, coming through the auditory canal, strike the tympanic membrane (eardrum).The eardrum vibrates because of the soundwaves.This vibration is picked up by the ossicles and transmitted through the middle ear to the oval window.Therefore it is the soundwaves causing the eardrum to vibrate that ultimately makes the ossicles vibrate.
Soundwaves - 1983 was released on: USA: 30 March 1983 (San Francisco, California)
the soundwaves ecoing off
light can travel through a vacuum whereas sound cant
The cast of Soundwaves - 1983 includes: Steven Kirk as Himself - Host Dennis Willis as Himself - Host
No, sound cannot travel through a vaccum, since there are no molecules/atoms for the sound to travel through... -.-
Mechanical waves, such as sound waves travel through a medium. They cannot travel through a vacuum.
Since sound is a mechanical wave (it needs a substance to travel through) it cannot travel through a vacuum.
Air is the medium
No, soundwaves (radio waves) do.
Talking and listening.
Vibrations cause sound waves