sound wave need material becuse sound wave formed by compresion and rarefaction
Sound (and vibration) are a wave system of sequential compressions and rarefactions of a material. These waves are mechanical and do need a substance through which to travel. They cannot travel through a vacuum.
outer space because you need some kind of physical material for sound to travel through and there's none of that in space
sound needs a material medium to travel. Sound can travel by compression and rarefactions.attma
Yes. Sound is a mechanical wave. That means that there must be some material vibrating. Sound doesn't travel at all through vacuum, where there's no physical material.
Vibrations travel through the material, just as they would in air. How well they travel through depends on the material.
Sound waves need a physical material to carry them, but electromagnetic waves don't.
The denser the material medium, the faster the speed of sound will be, thus sound will travel fastst through the densest material.
sound waves bounce off of walls. they need air to travel.
Sound can travel through all matter. The speed at which it travels depends on the density of the material.
Sound is a vibration of some physical material. There has to be a physical material for sound to travel through, from place to place. It doesn't have to be air. Water and rock work fine.
The sound not travel through vacuum because sound need a medium to travel.
Sound cannot travel through vacuum, but unless there is sufficient insulation, sound might travel through the material the tube is made of.
Denser material, higher speed.
Sound and Light can travel through space.
Sound wave do not travel through vaccum as it need medium to travel.
The sound is made of vibration so as it moves, it vibrates the material to carry the sound. This also depends on what kind of material.
A radio wave travels about 874,000 times as fast as a sound wave,plus it doesn't need any material to move through, as sound does.