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With each such collision an electron causes an atom to vibrate, and the more current flows, the more collisions occur, until electrons are beating on atoms and vibrations move through the solid material at frequencies far above the threshold of hearing, generating energy that we feel as heat.
In addition, the threshold of hearing was increased in preterm with respect to control term babies, all of these reflect the immaturity of auditory pathway.
(9) In this case, the hearing threshold is the average threshold of hearing at 0.5 kHz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz and 4 kHz (Fig.
(1988) Threshold of hearing as a function of age and sex for the typical unscreend population.
The loss of hearing simply increases the threshold of hearing perception, distorts clarity of communications, and thus reduces the apparent intensity of noise exposure.
Intensity is commonly expressed in decibels (dB), a logarithmic expression of intensity relative to the standard threshold of hearing. In addition, the intensity of a sound is inversely related to the square of the distance from that sound.
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