Does anybody here has any data on the speed of sound and its rate of change with temperature in solid metals?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In Macmillian’s data book on page 275 is such a table for liquids, showing that for all except one there’s a negative rate of change. Does this negative change mean that when a liquid is heated the speed of sound and therefore the speed of the atoms/molecules is lower?

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# Speed of sound in metals.

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