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I am an 8th grade student. My science project is on sound. I have to demonstrate a sound (not made by animals or humans), who invented the sound and how it works. i picked a whistling tea kettle. I can't seem to find who invented it. Also am i correct to say that a tea kettle whistles when the heat, which consists of atom, molecules and ions, reaches the boiling poing of 100 degrees and the pressure of the heated water against the inside of the tea kettle turns to water vapor and forces some air out of the small opening (the whistle??) and that makes the noise. any information on the inventor and if my explanation is correct would be appreciated. thank you
Re: how does a whistling tea kettle work
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