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Sound.

MacMillan F12.2

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The part of the sound wave with many particles pushed together compression
The part of the sound wave with few particles rarefaction
A series of rarefactions and compressions traveling through a substance sound wave
The substance through which the wave travels medium
A region that contains few or no particles vacuum
The transfer of energy when a wave disappears into a surface absorption
When sound waves hit a flat, firm surface and much of the energy bounces back echo
The number of times an object vibrates per second frequency
How high or low a sound is pitch
A change in frequency due to moving away or toward a wave Doppler effect
The height of a sound wave ampitude
Finding food or other objects using sounds and the returning echoes echolocation
Sound Navigation and Ranging; a system scientists developed using sound waves to find things underwater sonar
Created by: marian5