The Physics of Sound. By Ryan Waggoner. What is sound?. I n the form a “wave” Must be of a “frequency” that is within the range of hearing Caused by vibration Can be defined as an “oscillation of pressure through a solid, liquid, or gas ” Not only physical, but neurological
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By Ryan Waggoner
The high and low points on the graph respectively show the areas where molecules of the medium are packed more densely or loosely
STP in air = 343 m/s
Fresh water = 1482 m/s
Steel = 5960 m/s