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Science Definitions

It is about my upcoming science

Stethoscope An instrument used to hear heartbeats
Medium Matter through which sound can travel
Vacuum Space that does not contain matter, including air
Decibel Unit of measurement of sound intensity
Intensity Loudness or softness of a sound
Pitch The highness or lowness so a sound
Volume How loud or soft a sound is
Sound receiver Something that attracts responds to, or hear a sound.
Sound source Anything that detects , responds to, hear a sound
Frequency The number of vibrations made in one second
Energy The ability to do work
Vibration A motion that causes sound
Sound discrimination To detect similarities and difference when listening
Describes what happens to a sound when an object stops vibrating. The sound stops.
Explain why you'll see lightning before you hear thunder. You see lightning before you hear thunder because light travels faster than sound.
Explain why sound can not travel in a vacuum Sound is the vibration of molecules since there is absolutely nothing in a vacuum there are no molecules to vibrate
How does the type of matter(solids, liquids, and gasses) affect the volume? The higher the amplitude of the sound wave the louder the sound. The frequency and amplitude are the sound wave is the highest in a solid.
Created by: Mindecraft