Not all waves require mediums to propagate.Sound waves can travel through solid, liquid and gaseous mediums, while, electromagnetic waves do not require any medium to travel through.
Sound travels the same way through different mediums. Sound travels faster in denser mediums.
Sound can be transmitted through all mediums (liquid, solid, gaseous) except vacuum.
earthquake waves travel through the earths crust.
Heat in the form of infrared radiation can travel through many mediums, and some better than others. It can also travel through the vacuum of space. The more transparent the medium is to infrared radiation, the better it will travel through it.
This depends a lot on the type of waves you're talking about. Sound waves, for example, can travel through water, solid, and air mediums, but not through a vacuum. Electromagnetic waves, however, can travel in a vacuum.
It can travel through a solid, liquid, gas, and plasma
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Yes, sound waves can travel through most mediums, even rocks which are extremely dense. A good example is the shock wave from an Earthquake, which can be heard hundreds of miles away from the epicentre after travelling through rocks in the ground.
Yes, sound can travel through most mediums including solids and liquids. However, it cannot travel through a vacuum.
Sound travels through mediums in sound waves.
It can travcel through... soild liquid gas and vaccumm
You are probably thinking of thermal convection and conduction.
The word you're looking for is... sound.
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Sure, sound travels in all mediums, it just can't travel through vacuum.
yes, S-Waves can travel through many different types of mediums, such as rock, metal, and various fluids. they only travel through solids.
because of material density
Sound can penetrate those mediums.
Mechanical waves travel through a medium. Sound is a mechanical wave that can travel through the mediums of air, water, rocks, etc.
Waves can travel through all the three medium that are known as solid, liquid and gas. Only the speed differs.
Yes, sound can travel through most mediums effectively, as long as the amplitude and frequency of the sound wave is great enough.
NO! Seismic waves can't travel through space. They are mechanical waves. Mechanical waves require going through mediums and there isn't a medium in space.
One of the most intriguing aspects of electromagnetic waves is that a medium is not necessary for them to propagate. However, they do have the ability to travel through many mediums, including air, glass, water, gas, and crystals. they propogate by creating their own electromagnetic field.
Since an earthquake or seismic wave is a pressure or force wave (like sound waves), it requires a material in which to propagate. So, no earthquake waves can travel through a vacuum.