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!!!!!
light can travel through a vacuum whereas sound cant
Light can. Sound can't.
The sound not travel through vacuum because sound need a medium to travel.
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum.
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.
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.
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.
Sound will not travel through a vacuum.
Sound can only travel through air or water, not through a vacuum, it works in stronger waves than light.
Well light is an electromagnetic wave and it pushes itself through space ,but sound requires particles to travel through and if there are no particles for it to travel through you have no sound
Sound cannot go through vaccum
Sound cannot travel through vacuum, but unless there is sufficient insulation, sound might travel through the material the tube is made of.
As sound is a mechanical wave (unlike light, an electromagnetic wave), it requires a medium in which to travel, therefore, it cannot travel through a vacuum.
sound cannot travel through a vacum
This is because sound works through vibrations in the air so when there's no air, no sound, Light does not need this.
sound waves can only travel through particles as particles vibrate. this is why solids let sound pass easiest as the vibrations are passed on the easiest. in a vacuum there is no sound because there are no particles
You'd have to say that the speed of sound waves in vacuum is zero, becausesound can't travel through vacuum at all. Not even an inch. Sound needs amaterial substance to travel through.
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.
It is told that sound cannot travel trough vacuum. Sound can only travel through medium.
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.
sound can travel through any medium ,except through vacuum
Sound needs a medium through which to travel. It will not travel in a vacuum.
Sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum.
Because sound 'travels' by vibrating nearby air, since there's no air in vacuum, no sound will travel through it.
The answer is nothing, also commonly and incorrectly known as a vacuum