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Sound travels fastest in a solid because the particles are closely packed meaning the particles can pass the sound wave on without any gaps in between. It travels through a gas the slowest as the particles are spaced out meaning they only occasionally bump into each other to pass on the sound wave.
Sound can pass through any state of matter.
Sound cannot pass through a sound-proof wall or insulation. What this is made of I don't know.
Sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum. They must travel through a medium, such as a gas, liquid, or solid. Sound waves travel the fastest through a solid. Sound waves are made of vibrating material be it a liquid a gas or a solid There is no material in a vacuum so there is nothing to pass the vibration through.
the substancese thatlet heat pass through them are metals you idiot
Sound waves (depending on length and initial decible level) can pass through any matter. In fact, it has been through the use of sound waves that we determined the core of our planet is mostly super hot-liquid iron!
through the sound waves.
There is no "why". Sound passes through glass quite easily.
Light is however the most fastest thing. But it has been concluded that it travells the fastest in vacuum.
No. Sound waves travel fastest through mediums that have tighter or more densely packed molecules. Longitudinal waves need a conductor (i.e. molecule) to transmit sound. The closer the molecules are, the faster a sound wave is able to pass from one to another. Therefore, sound travels fastest through solid mediums (densely packed molecules), then liquids (less densely packed), then gases (least densely packed).
Sound causes vibrations in waves that pass through a medium.
Yes sound can pass through. They are mechanical waves
Sound travels through air the fastest since air has the least amount of particles(thus having the most space for the sound to travel) in it than wood and juice. The particles of wood are tightly packed together, meaning that there is hardly any space for the sound to pass through. The particles in the juice (and any liquid) roll over each other, thus having some space for sound to pass through.
Sound waves will travel through gases, liquids, and solids. Sound waves cannot pass through a vacuum.
Metals mainly. Iron copper water these are things electricity can pass through
it is metal iron and nickel
Sound waves must have a medium to pass through, such as air. Light can pass through a vacuum such as space.
Anything made up of atoms will allow sound to pass through. You can classify such materials any way you wish.