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8L Sound @ AJHS

8L sound and hearing

QuestionAnswer
amplitude Half the height of a wave.
cochlea The part of the ear that changes vibrations into electrical impulses.
decibel (dB) Unit for measuring the loudness of a sound.
eardrum A thin membrane inside the ear which vibrates when sound reaches it.
frequency The number of waves each second.
hertz (Hz) The unit for frequency. 1 hertz means one wave per second.
impulse Electrical signal carried by a nerve cell.
intensity The loudness or volume of a sound.
loudness How loud a sound is; the volume of a sound.
noise Unpleasant sound.
oscilloscope An instrument which shows a picture of a wave on a screen.
pitch How high or low a note sounds.
sound intensity meter A meter which measures the loudness of a sound.
threshold of hearing The quietest sound that can be heard.
vacuum A completely empty space with no particles.
vibrate Move backwards and forwards.
wave A way of transferring energy. Waves can be side to side or backwards and forwards movements.
wavelength The distance between the top of one wave and the top of the next.
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