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A Sound Education: Wacky Waves

Author(s): Gregory L. Vogt, EdD

Test the Can-ophone

Typically, sound travels through air, but sound waves also can travel through solids and liquids. In fact, sound travels more rapidly through solids and liquids than through gases (such as air).

See the Notes section in the slide for materials needed, optional materials, safety issues, setup instructions, and answers to questions.

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