What's fog? Fog is caused by the condensation of water molecules in air. This leads to the increase in the density in air. So, the layman answer can be: Velocity of sound is greater in Denser materials, so during fog velocity of sound is greater. Mathematicaly: v2=Bulk modulus/density
we can say stress due to sound wave normally and in fog is constant.
Therefore, v2 is inversely proportional to strain*density.
during fog this value is less than normal, that's why velocity of sound wave in fog is greater.
Sound waves. No medium (matter) to carry it, no sound.
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A better question is why did we let it happen.
A Fog Horn.
All materials carry sound. The harder the better usually. In rooms that need to be sound-proof, the whole room is suspended from the building structure.
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i think so.
Woods are very thin and there is alot of open
Sound waves carry sound
Yes, waves do carry sound.
Since fog is made up mainly of air, I would expect the speed of sound in fog to be similar to the speed of sound in air. Actually it might vary slightly, depending on how much water particles there are suspended in the air, and what their size is.
Any/every material can carry sound.
No they do not carry Yes sound travels
Yes Sound travel faster in fog because fog is made of dens air so molecules are close to each other and sound travel by disturbance in molecules it means molecules transfer sound wave by hitting each other . so they do it on faster rate and it travel faster ( same case for rainy day)