Sound can travel in a liquid or in a solid (and in air) but it can not travel 'with out air' in a vacuum.
in air sound travels 330m/s
It travels at the speed of 300
about 660 mph
Sound travels about 4 times as fast in water as in air.
it doesnt. It can not. It requires a medium, air for instance.
The speed of sound in air at 20°C is 343 m/s.
around 700miles per hour
330 at room temperature
Sound travels through air much in the same way as waves travel through water. Sound must have a medium to travel through and can't travel in a vacuum. The sound vibrates one air molecule which in turn vibrates the next molecule in line, and so on. This happens very fast at around 760 mph in air.
because the atoms in solid are compact it helps sound to travel fast
A lot less than through air.
it is definately more than that in air 340 m/s
The speed of sound in room temperature air is 346 meters per second.
We are in air, and we can hear each other. Thus, sound can travel in air.Yes. A sound wave can travel through air (gases), liquids, and solids.
It depends what the sound travels through. The speed of sound in air is 340 m /s.
Sound energy does travel through air.
sound mostly travel faster through air
In dry air at 20 °C (68 °F), the speed of sound is1,236 kilometers per hour
No. Light in vacuum is roughly 880 thousand timesas fast as sound in air.
The speed of sound in air is about 343 m/s, and in water it's about 4.3 times faster, 1.484 m/s.
Sound does not travel on the moon because there are no air molecules for the sound to travel through. Sound only can travel if there's a medium for it to travel through, like air molecules, a liquid, or solids. Sound travels through vibrations. If there is nothing for sound to travel through, the sound can travel.
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum.
sound waves can travel in air medium