The Official Scientific Reason For Why Bells Ring By L

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                       Regular Version

There is a minurature sphere inside the interior of a bell. When the bell is disturbed by a force, the minurature sphere bounces off the barriers of the bell, creating sound waves. 

 

                      Simple Version

There is a ball inside a bell. When you shake the bell, the ball bounces off the bell walls creating a sound. 

 

asked Dec 16, 2016 in Science by L (61,040 points)


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