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## Fundamentals of Physics III

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# Fundamentals of Physics III PHY 103

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Phy 103 Fundamentals of Physics III Chapter 20 Worksheet Sound Echoes amp Ultrasound Imaging 1 A device utilizing ultrasound generates a sound wave with frequency of 50x106 Hz The device sends brief sound pulses through the body tissue Measurements of the resultant echoes are used to produce an image sonogram of a person s abdomen The speed of sound in the body is 1540 ms a What is the wavelength of the ultrasonic wave used by this device b Following a single pulse an echo is detected by the monitor 95x10395 seconds later How deep in the tissue is the objectinterface that produced the echo located c How much time would elapse between echoes produced by the front and back of an internal organ that is 0030 m in thickness as measured from the front of the ultrasound transducer transduce d Would it be possible to observe an object of size 01 mm using this ultrasound wave frequency If not what would be the minimum frequency necessary to observe such a an object e How does the speed of sound in air vsound340 ms compare to its speed through the body How might you quantify express it as a number your answer

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