Sulfur Hexafluoride Providing a Deep voice, Helium Providing a High Voice, and Vocal Timbre

Sulfur hexafluoride when inhaled provides the opposite effect of helium in that it lowers the tone of a users voice. Due to heliums lower than ambient oxygen density, sound travels over vocal cords twice as fast. Helium is 6x lighter than ambient oxygen causing a higher vocal tone whilst sulphur hexafluoride is 6x more dense than ambient oxygen therefore causing a lower register voice. It is not the pitch of the voice which helium and sulphur hexafluoride changes as the vibrational frequency of ...

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