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No, ultrasonic wave do not travel at all in a vacuum.

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โˆ™ 2017-11-07 04:01:42

Good and tricky question! Ultrasonic waves do not travel in the vacuum. Sound waves need a medium to travel.

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What ultrasonic means?

anything above the frequencies of audible sound


What is the difference between ultrasonic and infrasonic sound waves?

The sound waves which are below the audible sound are called infrasonics(<20Hz) and The sound waves which are above the audible sound are called ultrasonics(>20KHz).


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Did ultrasonic sound are heard in solar system?

No, because sound cannot travel in the vacuum.


Why ultrasonic waves are not electromagnetic waves?

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What are ultrasonic and infrasonic sound waves?

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Are the speed of ultrasonic and audible sound wave same?

Traveling in the same medium, they have the same speed - just different frequencies (and wavelengths).


How does a bat make ultrasonic sound and why?

Bats use their vocal tract to make ultrasonic sound the same way we use our vocal tract to make audible sound. They use these for a form of SONAR navigation allowing them to "see" in total darkness. Also many insect eating bats can focus their ultrasonic sound to use it to stun their prey.


What are sound conclusions?

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What are the applications of ultrasonic sound waves?

The most common application of ultrasonic sound is in medical and other ultrasonic imaging.


Name of birds that can hear ultrasonic sound?

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What part of the electromagnetic spectrum does the ultrasonic wave falls into?

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Which animals can hear ultrasonic sound waves?

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How do you use audible in a sentences?

Her voice is barely audible. When sound is heard, it is audible.


This describes sound vibrations above what is audible by the human ear?

An adult human's frequency range is from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. Any sound above 20,000 Hz is called "ultrasonic" or "ultrasound".


Which sound waves can be called ultrasonic?

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Can you see ultrasonic sound waves?

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What is the difference between infrasound and ultrasound?

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Is ultrasonic wave radio frequency?

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What frequency of a wave in the air can be heard as an audible sound by the human ear?

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Does ultrasonic sound deter wasps?

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What is a simple sentence using the word audible in it?

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What are the uses of Audible sound waves?

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