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How Does Sound Travel Through Different States of Matter?

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Nia Pannett

on 26 May 2014

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Transcript of How Does Sound Travel Through Different States of Matter?

How Does Sound Travel Through a Liquid Matter?
It's is the same with a solid matter it's just that the particles in a liquid matter are spread out so it is harder for the vibrations to hit the particles to make sound.

Sound is travels a little slower in a liquid matter then in a solid matter because the particles are a little further spread apart.
How Does Sound Travel Through a Solid Matter?
How Does Sound Travel Through Different States of Matter?

Sound travels through a solid matter a one particle, it travels by one particle hitting another particle in the solid matter.

Sound travels faster in a solid matter because the particles are closer together so the sound waves don't have to travel that far.
Reference Page:
google images

http://www.clipart.dk.co.uk/1235/az/Matter/Particles_in_gaseous_state

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particle
How Does Sound Travel Through a Gas Matter?
Sound travels the slowest through a gas matter because, the particles are spread apart from each other so it is harder for the energy in the vibrations from the sound to hit the particles to make sound.
What Are the Two Types of Waves Sound Travels in?
longitudinal wave
solid matter
gas particles
liquid particles
transverse wave
and this video
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