Does sound travel faster through glass windows or walls?



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    I believe it’s walls. Sound travels faster through solid objects than it does through the air. Sound travels at about 4800 feet per second through water and about 10,000 feet per second through glass. Glass is denser than water, but sound travels faster through the glass. Since a wall is denser than glass, one could predict that sound would travel even faster through the wall.

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