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What can you hear when a bell rings in a vaccum?

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What can you hear when a bell rings in a vaccum?
posted Sep 8, 2017 by Pankaj Singh

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When a bell vibrates in air, it pushes air molecules out of the way which will make the vibrations "decay". If you strike a bell in vacuum, this loss mechanism will not be there so the bell will "ring" for longer (but nobody can hear it).

answer Sep 11, 2017 by Shivaranjini
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✅ No, you cannot hear any sounds in near-empty regions of vaccum. Sound travels through the vibration of atoms and molecules in a medium (such as air or water). In vaccum, where there is no air, sound has no way to travel.

answer Nov 15, 2017 by Willow Wilson
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