Sound travels more slowly through a medium when it is at a low temperature because in a low temperature the molecules move slower and in a high temperature the molecules move faster. For Example: ice that is frozen and boiled water in ice the water doesn't move as fast so the molecules were slower than in the boiled water. HOPE I HELPED YOU!!
Sound travels faster through dense material. This is because molecules in a dense(solid) medium are much closer together than those in a liquid or gas(thin), allowing sound waves to travel more quickly through it.
That depends on the nature of the medium through which it is traveling and how that medium's density is affected (if it is affected at all) by its change in temperature. The denser the medium, the faster sound travels through it. For example, in a sealed chamber containing a gas, the speed of sound is not affected by temperature unless it gets cold enough for the gas to condense to a liquid. As long as it remains a gas, changes in temparature only affect its pressure, not its density.
well sound actually always needs a medium so it can travel, in space there's is no sound because there isn't a medium it can travel through. but just about anything is a medium for sound. air is also a great medium, that's why were able to hear one another
An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.
A deshawn wave!
E.M. waves require no medium. Sound waves require a medium.
Generally, the density of the transfer medium and its temperature determines the rate of transfer of sound energy. The more dense the medium and the higher its temperature, the faster sound will travel through it.
B. at right angles to the direction in which the wave travels
Nope, sounds doesn't travel faster on space because a medium is needed a region to another
The more closely packed molecules are in a medium, the faster sound travels through the medium, so sound travels slowest through a gas under low pressure.
No, apart from "spacetime". But it CAN travel through a medium such as air or glass.
Speed of sound increases with the increase in temperature of the medium .In fact the speed of sound is directly proportional to the square root of absolute temp. of the medium.
It Can it needs a medium to travel
Radiation doesnt need a medium because it travels through space
waves are easily travel in medium.....
Mechanical waves need a medium substance to travel through. Electromagnetic do not.
They can both travel through a medium.
Electromagnetic waves can travel through space without a medium.