Asked Dec 23, 2019

What is ultrasound?


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The human audible range of hearing is 20HZ -20, 000 Hz . The sound wave having frequency higher than 20,000 Hz is called ultrasound. Ultrasound is used in many modern technologies. For example, to detect the distance between objects, in ultrasound imaging technology, etc. Conclusion: The sound wave composed of frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz is called ultrasound.


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