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A true vacuum is the total absence of matter in a given space.
Therefore, in a true vacuum, there is no matter in which to produce the pressure differences which lead to the production of a sound wave nor is there a medium for any would-be wave travel.
light can travel through a vacuum whereas sound cant
Sound is waves through matter. In a vacuum, there is no matter. No matter, no sound.
Because sound 'travels' by vibrating nearby air, since there's no air in vacuum, no sound will travel through it.
The sound not travel through vacuum because sound need a medium to travel.
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum.
sound waves are vibrations that travel though air. Light is a spectrum of colours this means that light can go through a vacuum but sound cant Wazzupp Niggaaaa!!!!!
Because space is a Vacuum, there are not enough gas molecules around to transfer the sound waves.
It is told that sound cannot travel trough vacuum. Sound can only travel through medium.
Sound travel slowest in gas. Actually, it is not in vacuum. In Vacuum sound cannot travel at all.
Zero. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum.
Sound will not travel in a vacuum, so zero.
Sound needs a medium to travel. Vacuum is no medium. Therefore there is no sound in vacuum.
Sound travels through what is called a medium, a medium can be anything made of matter and a vacuum has no medium preventing sound from traveling
Sound will not travel through a vacuum.
Sound waves cannot travel in a vacuum.
Space is a vacuum. Sound cannot travel in vacuum
sound can not be in a vacuum because a vacuum has no air. Sound needs a medium to travel though. :)
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.
No. Since there is nothing sound can travel through, sound cannot travel.
Sound needs a medium through which to travel. It will not travel in a vacuum.
The Moon has no atmosphere, only vacuum. There is nothing for the sound waves to travel in.
No, sound cannot travel in a vacuum. Sound moves by vibrating particles of a solid, liquid, or a gas. Since there are no particles in a vacuum, sound cannot travel through it.
It does not. Sound needs particles to be transmitted. Vacuum does not have particles.
Sound does not travel through a vacuum.
No: worst. Sound cannot travel though a vacuum.