Is there any change to the electrical state of the atom, when it's subjected to a frequency or any type of sound wave shape? I'm not entirely sure what sound is made up of, only that the number of times that a sound wave vibrates in a second is called its frequency and pitch and volume dictate frequency or shape of the wave. But what is in the wave? How does it interact with Atoms? I guess more or less I"m wondering if it alters the number of electrons or protons thus changing the electrical charge of the atom. Excuse this post if it's already been made before, I am a new member here today. Thanks , and I look forward to your responses.