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Why does sound travel?

Nicolas Brasch

Why does sound travel?

all about sound

by Nicolas Brasch

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by PowerKids Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementNicolas Brasch
SeriesSolving science mysteries, Solving science mysteries
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC225.5 .B73 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24448368M
ISBN 101615318887, 1615319085, 1615319093
ISBN 109781615318889, 9781615319084, 9781615319091
LC Control Number2009031076
OCLC/WorldCa430344457

The speed of sound depends on the medium through which it is traveling. Sound travels fastest through solids, then liquids, and slowest through gases. As the molecules in a solid medium are closely.   Sound travels through the air in waves. Your ears are specially equipped to receive and understand these waves. Each ear collects and channels sound waves, transforming them into .

How does sound travel from one place to another? Whatever we hear with our ears is called ‘sound’. In scientific language, sound is a kind of disturbance which produces sensations in the ears, like heat and light, sound is also a form of energy, do you know how sound is produced and how it travels from one place to another? How do sound waves travel from your vocal chords to your friend's ears when you talk? The vibrations from your vocal cords vibrate air around them and goes into their ears The physical reasons waves travel at different speeds through different mediums Elasticity, temperature, and density.

Why does sound the sound of the ringing alarm clock get quieter as the air is removed? Air travels through a medium. What happens to the surrounding air when a tree falls and hits the ground? Sound is an invisible form of energy. Most animals have the ability to sense it. Along with sight and smell and the skin’s ability to sense temperature, our sense of hearing tells us what’s happening outside our bodies. It can tell us what’s happening far away and out of sight—and it’s a powerful form of communication. Think about a Missing: book.


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Why Does Sound Travel. (Solving Science Mysteries) Library Binding – Janu by Nicholas Brasch (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Library Binding Author: Nicholas Brasch. This book explains how sound waves travel, how your ear receives sound and answers for more of the questions kids will ask.

Oscar and the Bat: A Book About Sound (Start with Science) is a new science series for younger kids. The books touch on the basic science concepts for each topic and have wonderful illustrations.

Buzz, crackle, bang — sound is everywhere. Use these fun activities to help students discover how sound travels and how our ears pick it up. Start off your unit by looking at words that imitate the sounds they represent, such as hiss, rustle, growl, and chirp.

This onomatopoeia enriches language, allowing us to capture sound in writing. How Sound Travels. Understanding the various types of noises is the first step to being able to defend against them.

That’s why I always recommend reading my article on impact and airborne noise before embarking on your first soundproofing project. You see, when you’re trying to figure out where noise goes after leaving its source, you have to keep in mind its mode of transportation as well.

At room temperature, sound travels through air with a speed of m/s, through water at 1, m/s, and through steel at 5, m/s.

As you can see, sound waves travel in a gaseous medium at a slow pace because its molecules are loosely bound and have to cover a long distance to collide with another molecule.

In solid medium, the atoms are so. * Low Volume Sound Wave: Lower amplitude * High Volume Sound Wave: Larger amplitude 1. Can sound travel under water. sound travel faster through water or through the air. Does sound travel faster through wood or through the air. there sound on the moon. is the speed of sound.

Answers 1. Yes, sound can travel under the Missing: book. Sound vibrations travel in a wave pattern, and we call these vibrations sound waves.

Sound waves move by vibrating objects and these objects vibrate other surrounding objects, carrying the sound. The speed at which sound travels has a lot to do with what it’s traveling through. Of the three mediums (gas, liquid and solid), sound waves travel the slowest through gases, a little faster through liquids and the most rapidly through solids.

Temperature also has a Missing: book. All sound waves are the same: they travel through a medium by making atoms or molecules shake back and forth. But all sound waves are different too. There are loud sounds and quiet sounds, high-pitched squeaks and low-pitched rumbles, and even two instruments playing exactly the same musical note will produce sound waves that are quite different.

Jennifer read the book wearing glasses. Why does the sentence above sound strange. Check all of the boxes that apply. It implies that Jennifer is wearing glasses. It implies that the book is wearing glasses. The modifier "Jennifer read" is misplaced. The modifier "wearing glasses" is misplaced. in rock, sound can travel from to m/s, depending on the type of in air it travels nearly m/ does travel faster in rocks because in rocks its molecules are nearer to each other than molecules of sound travels faster in rocks than in airMissing: book.

In all the houses of two levels where I have been, why I hear the sound from downstairs clearer when I am at the second level, than I hear sound from upstairs when I am at the first level.

Does sound travel upward more easily than downward. Do the architectures of houses matter much. Sound is the vibrations that travel through the air. The sound becomes loud and clear to a man depending on the decibels on the sound wave. The larger the decibels the louder the sound.

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A pressure wave is propagated outward from the vibrating source. When the pressure wave encounters another object, the vibration can be imparted to that object and the pressure wave will propagate in the medium of the object.

The sound wave may also be reflected from the object or it may diffract around the by: 1. Sound is propagated through air, so its speed is dictated by the air density.

If the air density is constant, then the direction of sound travel is irrelevant to the speed and therefore to the regular attenuation of the sound pressure level according to the inverse square g: book.

Why does sound get weaker as it travels. As you’ve probably already noticed, the closer you (the receiver) are to the source of the sound, the louder the sound you want sound to travel a long distance, it needs to start out we go back to the image of sound as a rock thrown into a pond and look at the pond from the side, you will notice that the wave gets smaller as it moves Missing: book.

Sound must travel through matter because it needs the vibration of molecules to propagate. Because outer space is a vacuum with no matter, it's very quiet. The matter that transports the sound is called the medium. Speed of Sound The speed of sound is how fast the wave or vibrations pass through the medium or matter.

Sound waves must have a medium to travel through - find out how it's speed varies through solids and gases. Hour of Need - Killer Tracks. Yes sound can travel under the water. It moves four times faster through water than through the air. It can travel such long distances that whales can hear each other when they are nearly a hundred miles apart.

Is there sound on the moon. No, there is no sound in space. Sound needs something to travel through like air or water. What is Sound? | The Dr. Binocs Show | Learn Videos For Kids. - Duration: Peekaboo Kidzviews. The Science of the String Phone! - #sciencegoals. - Missing: book.Updated May 7, Author has answers and k answer views The speed of sound is a function of the mechanical properties of the medium, (e.g., air, water, brass, etc.) in which it is traveling.

In other words, sound is a mechanical wave that causes molecules in a medium to vibrate back and forth in the direction of g: book. In this case sound does not penetrate the warmer air as well and is reflected or bent back down. This has a large effect on how well sound carries, so that sound is LESS attenuated and travels further and clearer in cold air with an inversion than would be the case in warmer g: book.