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A tutorial from the Physics Classroom that clearly explains the nature, properties and behaviour of sound waves and music, with good animations.
A description of the relevant work of a number of scientists who are famous for work relating to gases or vacuums.
A basic explanation of sound: what it is, how it travels, how you characterise sounds (frequency, wavelegth and intensity) and how they are made.
In its 100-year history, the electric vacuum cleaner has become an indispensable home appliance for most people, and it's obvious why. This site goes through the basic science behind the humble ...
A very detailed site about sounds and acoustics, using the authors room as a case study.
Video telling the story of a man who was accidentally exposed to a vacuum.
A nice site designed to help students to understand sound and waves, very well presented. There are acoustic and audio related web demonstrations and experiments.
Read how changes in air pressure make annoying sounds.
Page explaining what a pressure vacuum is.
Explores the music made by a symphony orchestra, with historical facts, several sound samples and illustrations for each instrument group.
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