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Quentin Wright is a polymath editor musician who lives in Vancouver and answers questions for science.ca.
<p>I've watched a few videos about sound frequencies altering the geometric pattern of molecules. Some interesting work has been done on the effects of sound on matter. The discipline is called Cymatics. My questions is, how can I find out which frequencies produce which results? In other words, if a certain frequency 'reconstructs" a molecule to a specific geometric pattern, what is the number of that frequency? I want to reproduce those frequencies on my computer with an audio editor I have.</p> <p> </p>