Sound cannot go through vaccum
Light can. Sound can't.
Both light and sound travel. Light travels the fastest.
light can travel through a vacuum whereas sound cant
Yes, but sound can not.
Sound does not travel in a vacuum. It needs a medium in which to travel (unlike light) and so sound cannot travel in a vacuum. However, in a solid sound travels faster than in air.
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vacuum answer 2 Sound is a vibration of molecules, and thus cannot travel in a vacuum, where there are no molecules.
Light requires nothing more than a source for transmission. sound requires a source and a medium to conduct it. In vacuum, there is no conductor for sound.
Yes. Light waves are electromagnetic waves, which do not require a medium to travel through.Mechanical waves (such as sound) do require a medium to travel through, so sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum.Space is a vacuum. The light from the stars (including our own sun) travel across a great distance in a vacuum to get to us.The accepted speed of light is its speed in a vacuum, which is 299,792,458 m/s.
The order is as follows with the fastest first:Rock (fastest)WaterAirSpace (vacuum so sound cannot propagate).
The sound not travel through vacuum because sound need a medium to travel.
sound travels the fastest in solids and slower in liquids and even slower in gases and cannot travel in vacuum..so its most difficult for the sound to travel in gases
Sound is the vibration of molecules and atoms. Light is made up of things called "light quanta" or "photons." This means that sound cannot travel through a vacuum (there are obviously no molecules or atoms in a vacuum to transmit sound) but light can.
It travels fastest in solids, then liquids, and slowest in gases. It doesn't travel through vacuum.
You can see light waves (or particles . . .) but you cannot hear them. sound must travel thru matter , light can travel thru vacuum
Sound requires a medium in which to travel. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum. Sound travels pretty well in a metal, and will diminish in intensity according to how much is dampened in the material. The metal with the highest sound velocity is Beryllium, in which its velocity is almost 13 km/sec.
Yes. Light and electromagnetic radiation (like radio waves) can travel in a vacuum. Sound waves, which require air to travel, cannot.
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum.
In a vacuum. Light can travel through outer space (Moon to Earth), but sound cannot because sound requires air to transmit the vibrations that we recognize as sounds.
This is because sound works through vibrations in the air so when there's no air, no sound, Light does not need this.
Because sound waves are waves in material media, but light waves are not.
No. Proof: There's no physical medium between the sun and earth. Light waves are different from sound waves, so light waves are able to travel without matter. That's why sound can't travel in space (a vacuum) but light can travel from the sun to earth through the vacuum of space.
Light (photons) will usually travel fastest.
No! because light is the fastest thing on earth.
No, sounds cannot travel through a vacuum. This is because sound requires a medium to travel through because it requires the vibration of particles to travel and there need to be particles to vibrate for it to travel through.