Although sound can travel through water, it will be distorted compared to sound traveling through air. As sound waves pass through the water, they are attenuated and slowed, leading to frequency warping and decreases in ... More »

Sound propagates through water in the form of alternating compressions and rarefactions in the medium. These disturbances are periodic, taking the form of longitudinal waves having different frequencies, which can be exp... More »

Sound travels faster under water than in the air. Sound waves travel by conduction from one molecule to another. Water molecules are much closer together than air molecules, facilitating the speed of the sound wave. More »

Waves travel by transferring energy from particle to particle through a medium such as air or water. In some cases, this energy transfer creates a motion perpendicular to the direction of travel, creating transverse wave... More »

Pressure waves in the air cause sound waves to form. However, sound waves can also form in water and in solids. The speed of sound varies significantly depending on the temperature and medium it travels through. More »

There are several facts about light and sound, such as light is the fastest moving thing in the universe and that many substances that conduct sound are better than air. According to HowStuffWorks, there are still many u... More »

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Sound is louder in water than in air. Sound travels as waves that bounce off objects. Sound waves travel five times faster in water than in air, and they travel farther. More »