What are the mediums for sound mechanical waves?
Sound mechanical waves are also known as sound waves. They are longitudinal waves that cause the compression and rarefaction of matter experienced as the vibration of matter that is detected as sound.
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The mediums for sound mechanical waves are all states of matter. This means that sound waves can move through solids, liquids, and gases. While most...
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Learn what sound waves are. Review the different types of sound waves. Understand what type of a wave a sound wave is and see how a sound wave is created.