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What happens to sound in vacuum?

What happens to sound waves in the vacuum? Sound causes the particles in the medium to vibrate. Is that correct? Sound can't travel in a vacuum because there are no particles that can transfer. Outside space is the most well-known example of a near-vacuum.

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