...Beauty, cleaning, DIY tips and more - free to join!
   Login   Contact us   Site map   Puzzle Club   Ask a question    Newsletter

Vibration is necessary to produce sound.How?


Question asked by: parass

Asked on: 02 Jan 2011

Sound waves and sound are the manifestation of particle vibrations.

That's why you can't hear anything in space because it is a vacuum, and so there are no molecules to vibrate to enable the sound to move from one place to another by vibration of the molecules.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Jan 2011
Rate Answer
Comment or provide your answer to this question
No comments have been added to this question "Vibration is necessary to produce sound.How?".
Ask a New Question

Find out more about Physics

Physics Questions and Answers

miscellaneous physics Questions and Answers

Next question: I have a physics question to do till tomorrow, please help me:(


Become a Member! It's Free >>>

Share on Facebook: On Twitter: TwitterTweet this!

Question Keywords

produce  soundhow  necessary  vibration  

More Questions:

Newtons 2nd Law
Gravity And Inertia
What Is The Rate Change Of Displacement?
When Equal Volumes Of Two Substances Are Mixed Together, The Sp. Gravity Of The Mixture Is 4. But When Equal Weight Of The Same Substances Are Mixed Together, The Sp. Gravity Of The Mixture Is 3. Find The Sp. Gravities Of The Two Substances?
Heat Transfer Through Solids