we know that sound can travel through solids then why the sound waves get reflectd by the soids?

Asked by subs08.sharma | 13th Dec, 2009, 06:04: PM

Expert Answer:

Due to the density difference at the boundary, between solid and air.

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Answered by  | 13th Dec, 2009, 07:26: PM

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