Subject: can sound be used to move an object?
Date: Thu Mar 27 02:55:49 2003
Posted by jim
Grade level: 10-12
City: toronto State/Province: on
Area of science: Physics
Can sound waves be used to move an object over a distance? If it could would
the amplitude, wavelength, frequency be the deciding factor? And would the
resonance frequency of the object being moved affect the results?
Re: can sound be used to move an object?
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