Acoustic Impedance (Z)

The resistance of a material to the passage of sound waves. The value of this material property is the product of the material density and sound velocity. The acoustic impedance of a material determines how much sound will be transmitted and reflected when the wave encounters a boundary with another material. The larger the difference in acoustic impedance between two materials, the larger the amount of reflected energy will be.
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