Our ear drums are moved by the sound pressure. The sound pressure as sound field quantity is measured in pascals or newtons per square meters.
Forget the sound intensity (acoustic intensity) as sound power quantity. Only noise fighters need that or if you measure earthquakes.
This answer is very good, but, it needs a little bit more information the answer was mostly talking about eardrums so, we would need an answer talking about the topic.
when a sound enters the ear canal it travels in and then the sound hits the eardrum and vibrates to make you hear the sound clearly. Then it fianlly it may pass by the anvil.
it may be decibels
Sound intensity is measured in watts per square meters, but our eardrums are only moved by the sound pressure measured in newtons per square meters or pascals.
Heat intensity (how Hot is it) is measured by the objects Temperature in Degrees, Fahrenheit, Centigrade, or Kelvin. Heat content (energy) is most commonly measured in Calories.
No.. hertz relates to the frequency (pitch). The volume of a sound is measured in decibels.
Reference sound intensity Io = 10^−12 W/m² (Threshold of human hearing). Reference sound intensity level LIo = 0 dB-SIL (Threshold of human hearing intensity level). The sound intensity I is measured in watts per meter squared. The sound intensity LI level is measured in decibels (dB).
Relative intensity is measured in decibels and is abbreviated dB.
Intensity can be measured by converting units of electrical power in to decibels.
Sound intensity I is measured in watts per meter squared (W/m²). Look at the link: "Conversion of sound units (levels)".
Light bulb are measured in Candela (Cd) for its luminous intensity and Watt for its power consumed.
units of time
units of time.
Sound is measured in dB ( Decibels) for intensity and or Hz ( Hertz) for frequency or pitch.
Because a perimeter is measured in linear units while an area is measured in square units.
No, volume is measured in cubic units, area is measured in square units.