• Question: Do you believe sound vibration can affect water molecules?

    Asked by GG to Philip, Maxime, Jake, Ann, Annette, Amy Heather on 15 Nov 2019.
    • Photo: Jake Cunningham

      Jake Cunningham answered on 15 Nov 2019:

      Yes 100%, here’s a cool video

    • Photo: Annette Wilson

      Annette Wilson answered on 18 Nov 2019:

      Hi GG, that’s a really good question! I don’t just believe it, I know it is true! Sound vibrations travel in waves and they can travel in water. Sound waves actually travel faster in water because of the density or the way the molecules are packed. 🙂

    • Photo: Amy Heather Fitzpatrick

      Amy Heather Fitzpatrick answered on 21 Nov 2019:

      When underwater objects vibrate or dolphins try to communicate, they create sound-pressure waves that compress, or make smaller and decompress or make bigger, the water molecules as the sound wave travels through the sea. So yes sound does affect water molecules