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The science of sound (wl)

Sound wave
— a vibration in the air, in water, etc. that we hear as sound
Speed
— the rate at which somebody/something moves or travels
Sonic boom
— the explosive sound that is made when an aircraft travels faster than the speed of sound
Energy
— a source of power, such as fuel, used for driving machines, providing heat, etc.
Transverse wave
— a wave that vibrates at 90° to the direction in which it is moving
Longitudinal wave
— a wave that vibrates in the direction that it is moving
Supersonic
— faster than the speed of sound
Molecule —
a group of atoms that forms the smallest unit that a substance can be divided into without a change in its chemical nature



Definition of
sound wave
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Definition of
speed
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Definition of
sonic boom
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Definition of
energy
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Definition of
transverse wave
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Definition of
longitudinal wave
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Definition of
supersonic
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