No. The energy of the wave moves thru the molecules that carry it.
Any wave carries energy.
A wavelength carry energy. Strictly speaking, a wave carries energy. A wavelength is a property of a wave.
Waves carry energy (frequencies), not matter.
The details vary, depending on the type of wave. But one thing a wave will always carry with it is energy.
Any wave does that.
the audio signal is put on transverse wave .
It is determined by the mechanism that propagates the wave, and the properties of the medium that carry out the propagation.
Wave carried energy in it's amplitude, the height in transverse wave and the maximum displacement length in Longitudinal wave.
Wave that does not require matter to carry energy is called as electromagnetic wave. In this wave, electrical and magnetic energy is transformed from one point to the other in free space. This establishes that the free space is having qualities such as electric permittivity and magnetic permeability.
Electrons do not carry light. Light is an electromagnetic wave or a photon.
They rapidly compress and rarefy in the direction of the sound wave as the wave travels.
Wave with higher amplitude carry more energy than wave with lower amplitude. For simple consideration, no amplitude is no wave and thus no energy but just a flat surface of water. Wave with amplitude must have higher energy than the no wave.
False the wave goes through the medium only. And does not carry it.
Transverse waves, or any type, don't carry the medium with them. If you have ever seen a duck floating on top of the water when a wave comes, you will know what I mean. The wave brings the duck up, but the duck remains in the same spot.
A wave can travel through any material, whether it be a gas, a liquid, or a solid. The only limiting factors are distance and lack of a material to carry the wave.